After a month of Russian invasion, the situation in the port city of Mariupol is dramatic. Besieged by the forces of Vladimir Putin, the town is “almost completely” destroyed as denounced by the deputy prime minister of Ukraine, Irina Vereshchuk. “The city has no infrastructure, water, heating, communications, food, or anything,” she lamented. This Ukrainian city is key to Russia’s interests, as it would allow it to unite two occupied territories, Crimea and the Donbas region. We have seen the image of the destruction caused by the constant bombardment from the air, thanks to the flight of a drone or in satellite photos, but not on the ground. a group of civilians has recorded the devastation of Mariupol in his flight of the besieged city. The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, encrypted yesterday in about 100,000 residents trapped in the city. However, both the Red Cross and the United Nations have denounced that they still do not have access to the city despite constant appeals of both organizations for the implementation of safe humanitarian corridors.