Russian propagandist Marina Akhmedova reported that there was no longer a smell of corpses upon putin's arrival in Mariupol on her Telegram channel.
"Putin is efficient. He arrived, looked at the construction with his own eyes, talked to people and left calmly. By the way, I was in Mariupol on Monday, we drove around the whole city. I didn't notice any preparation for the president's visit", - she commented on the strange visit of the russian dictator to the Ukrainian city occupied by russia.
"There are still many damaged houses", - she admitted.
"But there's no longer a smell of corpses. The city smells like the sea due to fresh breez", - Akhmedova noted this fact as if it is one of the main "achievements" of the occupying authorities.
According to the UN, from February to the end of April 2022, Mariupol was the deadliest place in Ukraine. 350,000 of its residents became refugees. According to some estimates by authorities, the losses during the battles for Mariupol amounted to at least 25,000 people killed, of which 5-7,000 died under the rubble of bombed buildings. Their bodies were not even extracted from under the rubble. Russians took them to the landfill along with the wreckage of destroyed buildings. Numerous cases of burying civilians in the courtyards of their own homes were documented.