Hundreds of people line up in a queue for free bread in a remote district of Mariupol. This was reported on October 16 by adviser to the mayor Petro Andriushchenko.
According to him, the nearest store where you can buy bread is almost 3 km away.
"Mariupol. Right now. Line for free bread in the Kalmiuskyi district. Hundreds of people. The nearest point where you can actually buy bread is almost three kilometers away. Therefore, people line up and wait for hours. To get a loaf of bread from a dirty car, from dirty hands of the occupiers. It should not be like this. But russia has not brought anything else to the townspeople. Pain, suffering, abuse and death", - the adviser wrote.