Civilians in Russian-occupied Donetsk donate blood for wounded under threat
Collaborators, students and activists are forced to donate blood for wounded Russian soldiers because they fear the consequences.
This was reported by the National Resistance Center.
"In the temporarily occupied territories, the invaders have launched a campaign to force blood donations for the needs of the Russian armed forces," the statement said.
It is reported that in the Donetsk region, collaborators, students of fake educational institutions and members of pseudo-volunteer organizations controlled by the Kremlin are being forced to go to donation points. Those who donate blood must sign, and refusal can have consequences.
At the same time, the Russian enemy does not conceal the fact that blood is needed for the Russian invasion forces.
Residents of the temporarily occupied territories can speed up the liberation of their homeland by informing us about the location of the enemy and its equipment. You can do this by following this link.
- In addition, in the temporarily occupied town of Sievierodonetsk, Luhansk region, only one of the two working pharmacies remains, but there is also an acute shortage of medicines.
- In the temporarily occupied Kherson region, Russian troops have created a medical crisis.
- Russian forces are also forcing Ukrainian children to undergo "in-depth preventive medical examinations" in Russia and are forcing them to obtain Russian documents.