Russia builds new military hospital in Crimea - National Resistance
Russia is building a new military hospital in the temporarily occupied Crimea due to the Russian army's heavy losses in the war against Ukraine
This was reported by the National Resistance Center.
The hospital is being built in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. According to the plan, it should accommodate 150 people. It is planned to put the hospital into operation by spring 2024.
"Therefore, Russian troops will continue to use civilian infrastructure and restrict the right of local residents to receive medical care," the National Resistance Centre. noted.
- Earlier, the National Resistance Centrer reported that the shortage of medicines for the civilian population is growing in the temporarily occupied Crimea, as medicines are primarily intended for the Russian military.