Russians continue using civilian hospitals in TOT for military purposes

More and more hospitals in Crimea are reorienting themselves to serving the Russian military.

In the temporarily occupied Crimea, the enemy continues to limit the civilian population’s ability to receive medical services.

More and more hospitals on the peninsula are being reoriented into military hospitals. The medical system cannot withstand the load on hospitals due to the large number of wounded Russian soldiers. Because of this, the quality of providing medical services to the civilian population is significantly deteriorating.

In this way, the Russians traditionally violate the norms of International Humanitarian Law regarding the use of civilian medical facilities for military purposes.

The National Resistance Center is grateful to the underground of the peninsula for informing, and also reminds about the rules of safe information transmission.

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