Russia has recorded the first fact of belligerent deportation of Ukrainians. They have become a problem for local authorities.
The Mayor of Mariupol Petro Andryushchenko announced this on Telegram.
According to him, 60 Ukrainians were returned to Mariupol from Russian Pskov. On Saturday, September 13, they were loaded into two parted wagons and sent to Rostov-on-Don. There the Ukrainians will be met by representatives of the so-called DNR.
"Most of these people do not have complete housing in the city and will be forced to live on the streets or take possession of the apartments of other Mariupol residents in evacuation," Andryushchenko added.