Humanitarian crisis in Tokmak: Russians do not provide enough medicine and food
Russian invaders have caused a humanitarian crisis in Tokmak, Zaporizhzhia region, which violates international law
The National Resistance Center reports.
"The Russian regime brings death and destroys everything it reaches. Currently, the situation in the temporarily occupied Tokmak (Zaporizhzhia region) remains difficult, where the enemy does not bring in sufficient medicines and humanitarian aid," the statement reads.
The Resistance Center states that by creating a humanitarian crisis in Tokmak, the Russian invaders have violated international law, according to which it is the responsibility of the occupation authorities to ensure the livelihood of the occupied region.
In addition, the situation is complicated by arrears in the payment of pensions and other social benefits. The Russians have blocked transfers from Ukraine, "which has condemned people to the brink of survival," the National Resistance Center says.
The humanitarian situation in the cities of Luhansk region temporarily occupied by Russia is deteriorating, and the invaders are not restoring destroyed residential buildings and infrastructure.