I don't have strength to wait, I want to scream and ask for help - wife of a captured marine
Roksolana, a representative of the non-governmental organization Marine Support Headquarters and the wife of a captured Ukrainian marine held in Olenivka, says there are no guarantees that more terrorist attacks on the colony won‘t happen.
This is reported on Espreso.
"Representatives of the Red Cross do not have access to the prisoners, no humanitarian aid reaches our servicemen who are in captivity there. The Geneva Convention is also not discussed there, because nothing is observed in Russia at all. There is no communication with the servicemen. Just as I haven't heard from my husband since April 10, when he disappeared, I still haven't heard from him," said the prisoner's wife.
Roksolana explained that the boys who returned from captivity told her that the man is in the Olenivka colony, where the conditions of detention are terrible, there is not enough food, they drink technical water, and the fact that moral and physical violence takes place, it also takes place there.
"After all this, I don't have the strength to wait, I want to scream and ask for help, and that's why I'm talking to you, because this is my cry and cry. We also created a petition with the public organization Marine Corps Support Staff to the President of Turkey, the world community and the UN to protect the boys and girls who are now in captivity and to take all the prisoners to neutral countries. What happens to the prisoners gives no guarantee that it was a single act of violence or a single terrorist attack, because it can all happen again and it's very scary," said the Marine's wife.