Occupied Donetsk faces risk of disease outbreak as morgues overflow
In the temporarily occupied Donetsk, there is a risk of an epidemic outbreak due to overflowing morgues and Russian forces' improper storage of their own soldiers' bodies in unsuitable locations
The National Resistance Center reported the information.
It noted that the unsuccessful attempts of the Russian occupying forces to assault Ukrainian positions resulted in huge losses on Russia’s part.
According to the Ukrainian underground, every day hundreds of Russians are taken to Donetsk morgues, where there is a critical lack of space. Therefore, the bodies are stored in the corridors and yards of the morgues.
"Local workers are raising the alarm about the threat of an epidemic outbreak, as the occupiers' bodies are stored in corridors, on the street and other premises that are not suitable for proper storage," the Center notes.
In addition to unsuccessful assaults, Russian troops suffer losses due to the work of guerrillas. The underground helps the Ukrainian Defense Forces to effectively hit targets in the rear of the temporarily occupied territories.
"Every successful artillery strike brings the liberation of our territories from the invaders closer," emphasized the National Resistance Center.
Back in July, the Ukrainian General Staff reported that Russia’s losses had increased, so its forces do not have time to take the bodies of the dead out of the morgues. For example, in Svatove, Luhansk region, there was a strong smell of corpses.