They started interrogating me before I received antibiotics, after amputation - Azov fighter on torture in Russian captivity
Vladyslav Zhaivoronok, aka 'Wikipedia', talked about interrogation, torture, and lack of treatment in Russian captivity.
Vladyslav Zhaivoronok, a fighter of the OZSP "Azov" who was released from Russian captivity, told about this during an online press conference on pseudo-Wikipedia.
Since February 24, the fighter has been performing combat missions. The night before the evacuation, the Ukrainian defender was seriously injured. As a prisoner, Russians placed him in the 15th hospital in Donetsk.
"The pressure was primarily psychological. Russia did not give any access to contact with relatives and the surrounding world. The psychological pressure was based on: you are not needed by anyone, you will lose in this war and there is nowhere for you to call. This is already a violation of international conventions.
The seriously injured are in the hospital, but already from the first days this moral pressure begins, interrogations begin. Personally, using my example, I will say that I had interrogations even before I started receiving antibiotics after the amputation of a limb. Therefore, it is difficult to call it a treatment," says Wikipedia.
The Russian Army tortured Ukrainian Heroes: "The guys who were there were subjected to significant torture, you can say that, that is, someone was inserted with needles into a wound, someone was tortured with water. Some guys did not receive sufficient treatment due to either an insufficient amount of medication from the enemy, or an insufficient amount of knowledge, how to treat a specific soldier of ours".
Vladyslav said that some seriously wounded were in Olenivka.
"Russia is not looking for the truth, Russia has already decided what will be the truth, and under this truth it is beginning to pull what it presents as facts. As for the treatment, Russia needed some fact that we were somehow treated, but in fact it was not a treatment , it was to preserve life so that we would live to the moment when we might be exchanged. We were exchanged.
The fact that they are treating us as if they can cure us was also necessary for Russia. Even when the enemy side could not help our wounded, they did not ask for help. They did not tell anyone that they were short of medicines. Therefore, we received the minimum amount of these medicines, and sometimes we did not receive the necessary ones. Likewise, if the surgeons didn't know what to do with the fighter," Wikipedia added.