Russians in occupied Zaporizhzhia region compel state workers to donate blood for Russian forces
In temporarily occupied parts of Zaporizhzhia region, Russian invaders are coercing state employees to "voluntarily'' donate blood to the occupying forces
The National Resistance Center reported the information.
Russia aims to bolster the blood bank in these territories due to significant losses in the army personnel at the front.
According to the report, "In the temporarily occupied territory of Zaporizhzhia, the occupation administration is driving state employees to blood donation for the needs of the enemy because the Russians are currently suffering heavy losses in the Zaporizhzhia direction."
The National Resistance Center underscores that forcing people to donate blood constitutes another violation of international humanitarian law by Russia.
Meanwhile, the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces revealed that Russian losses, since the onset of the full-scale Russian Federation invasion into Ukraine, have now reached 376,000.