Residents of temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories are denied emergency medical care
In the temporarily occupied territories, Russians have set up military hospitals to treat their military personnel exclusively: residents do not even receive emergency care
Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malyar wrote about this on Telegram.
In the temporarily occupied territories, there are more medical care problems: Russians are using local medical facilities to treat only Russian military personnel.
Local residents are denied even emergency medical care.
“Last week in the village of Novovasylivka, Zaporizhzhia region, the local hospital was repurposed into a Russian military hospital, in which more than 200 wounded occupiers are treated. According to their command orders, it is strictly forbidden to provide medical aid to the civilian population in this medical facility," said Hanna Malyar.
She added that the number of specialists in medical institutions is critically decreasing, because Russians forcibly send civilian doctors to treat wounded Russian soldiers.
On March 22, it was reported that Russian terrorists created a medical crisis for Ukrainians in the temporarily occupied territories. Hospitals primarily serve the occupiers. There is a shortage of medicine for civilians, while medicine available is of much worse quality. Most hospitals no longer treat civilians.