Russians abuse and beat forcibly mobilized residents of occupied territories
Ukraine's Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar says invading Russian troops continue the forced mobilization of men into the Russian army in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories
The Deputy Minister of Defense wrote on Telegram that the forcibly mobilized Ukrainians are most subject to disdain and violence from the Russians.
“It is typical for the Russian occupation forces to bully and harm mobilized people. That is recorded as domestic injuries, including cases that led to deaths as a result of non-statutory relations between servicemen," emphasizes Maliar.
In addition, the leadership of the Russian army sends mobilized soldiers to the frontline with little or no support or training. This leads to massive injuries and eventual losses, as most of them die due to the failure to provide timely primary medical care.