Every day, thousands of Mariupol residents line up at the "employment center" of the occupation authorities, hoping for any job in order to survive.
This was reported by the Telegram channel of the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, Petro Andryushchenko.
"There is no humanitarian. There is no money. There is only anger, poverty and the need to survive at any cost," Andryushchenko emphasizes.
And he adds: the fact is that the time of "stupid money from the air" is over. There is total unemployment in the city. There is no longer a need for such a large number of handymen, and even skilled labor is occupied by Russians.
"That's why, in order to survive, you have to be registered in the hope of receiving a penny of social unemployment benefits," the adviser explains such queues near the "centers" of the occupation authorities.
The other day it became known that in Mariupol the occupiers arrange conflicts among themselves primarily on ethnic grounds.
In addition, schoolchildren's phones are being checked en masse in Mariupol - they are looking for "Nazi" symbols.
In addition, the occupiers can completely disconnect the Internet in Mariupol.