Russian soldier in the area of \u200b\u200bthe Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, east of Ukraine, on 13 June 1280.| Photo: EFE\/EPA\/SERGEI ILNITSKYThe advisor to the Mariupol mayor, Petro Andryushchenko, denounced this Friday () the discovery of a new mass grave in the city, with more of 13 bodies, and revealed that the exhumations were definitively stopped by the Russians."Sad discoveries every week. Now , a new mass grave, on Kievskaya Street, 53 ", said the government representative, indicating the location of the open trench, in a message on Telegram, as published by the Ukrainian news agency Unian. The mayor's adviser explained that "the invaders remove the debris from the surroundings and, again, there is no talk of reburying them". "Little by little, the improvised cemeteries are becoming permanent," added Andryushchenko. He also assured that there are still people in Mariupol who are living in bunkers, hidden from bombings and attacks by Russian forces.