Russian forces convert civilian hospital into military facility for wounded in Robotyne
Russian troops are taking civilian medical facilities in the temporarily occupied Zaporizhzhia region. In particular, in the Tokmak district, hospitals are filled with those wounded near Robotyne
The National Resistance Center reported the information.
It has been reported that civilian hospitals located near the frontline in temporarily occupied settlements are currently providing minimal services to civilians.
"The Russian-installed administrations are urgently occupying civilian hospitals in the temporarily occupied territories to operate as military hospitals," the statement reads.
According to the underground, due to Russia’s heavy losses, military hospitals of the Russian army have long been unable to cope with the number of wounded. To solve this problem, they are restricting the civilian population in medical services – civilian hospitals are being converted into military hospitals.
Currently, Russian forces are taking more and more hospitals in the temporarily occupied districts of the Zaporizhzhia region. In particular, in the Tokmak district, hospitals are being filled with soldiers wounded near Robotyne and other frontline areas.
"At the same time, the Russians leave a small number of civilians in these hospitals to use them as human shields," the National Resistance Center explains.
The Center emphasizes that people on the temporarily occupied territories can help speed up the liberation of their native land by reporting the location of Russian troops.
Roman Holovnya, former deputy mayor of Kherson, reports that residents in the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson region have observed an increase in the number of hospitals where Russian forces treat their wounded.