Russian troops fortify Mariupol port with concrete structures — Mariupol official
Petro Andriushchenko, an advisor to the Mariupol mayor, says that Russian troops use concrete slabs, primarily sourced from the port of Sevastopol, to construct fortifications
He shared the information on Espreso TV.
"Perhaps the main news in Mariupol, which is important from the frontline's point of view and is confirmed by the information, is that the invaders are bringing concrete structures to the port. We see them using such structures, although they say these are building materials. However, concrete structures are 100% used to build fortifications. In addition to building firing points, the invaders have also started using concrete slabs to cover a large number of their trenches and ditches near Mariupol. They are creating something between a bomb shelter on the one hand and an underground passage on the other. That is why these concrete structures are being brought in," explained the advisor to the mayor of Mariupol.
Andriushchenko added that Russians bring these structures to Mariupol mainly from the port of Sevastopol.
On September 27, the advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, Petro Andriushchenko, said that Russian troops are trying to build a direct railway connection between Russia and the temporarily occupied cities of the Donetsk region, namely Mariupol, Volnovakha and Donetsk.