Three hundred residents of Mariupol were deported to Vladivostok, Russia, where they are resettled in a nearby village. They were placed in a kind of hotel or dormitory. The adviser to the mayor of Mariupol Petro Andryushchenko reported about it.
According to him, 300 Ukrainians are in the village of Wrangel on the shores of the Sea of Japan, which is more than 9,000 kilometers from Mariupol.
People are not paid money, thus, they do not have the opportunity to get in touch with their relatives. They are fed three times a day, but no clothes or other things are given out.
The residents of Mariupol remain without documents, their “registration” continues on the spot. After that, they promise to relocate people to other settlements and offer low-paid jobs.
Source: Public Television