So that no one could leave: a cemetery of Ukrainian cars was shown on the Web

So that no one could leave: a cemetery of Ukrainian cars was shown on the Web

The Azovsky market in Mariupol has turned into a car cemetery. The occupiers brought here dozens of cars that were lost by civilians in Mariupol.

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Photos of the terrible place were published by the Mariupol City Council on Telegram, RBC-Ukraine reports.

Each of these cars is someone's ruined life, because in this way the invaders take away people have the opportunity to leave the city.

Mariupol residents were made hostages of the situation so that they would stay in a blocked city.

“Mariupol has become an analogue of Detroit after the crisis. But if the collapse occurred there due to a stop in production, then our city was turned into ruins on purpose. Russian assassins brought war, destruction and death. We won't forgive!” says the message.

So that no one could leave: the Ukrainian car cemetery was shown on the Web

The photos show that almost all the cars were shot or otherwise damaged.