Russian prisoners of war are treated well and work for the benefit of Ukrainian society in a special camp
“The POW camp is guarded. Appropriate living conditions have been created for the people detained here, and medical support has been organized. It is important that prisoners of war work. They do not spend their lives just looking at the ceiling. They are engaged in woodworking and bring benefits to Ukrainian society,” said the Minister of Justice of Ukraine, Denys Maliuska.
“Conditions of detention both in the camp and in the pre-trial detention centers, the rules of treatment of these persons [POWs] correspond to their status and are based on the requirements of international humanitarian law. After all, we cannot behave like barbarians, especially when it comes to the treatment of prisoners of war. Because we are a civilized country, we are part of the European community. In addition, I am sure that when we show how we keep Russian prisoners this personnel will definitely be seen in Russia, and we expect that they will keep our citizens in similar conditions until we exchange them,” Maliuska stressed.