Ukrainians after Russian captivity report inhumane conditions: there are wounded with sepsis and amputations
Ukrainians released from captivity report humiliation and inhumane conditions of detention. Among them are wounded with sepsis and amputations.
The occupiers poured water into the shoes of some of the captured men, forcing them to put on their shoes and lay in the cold facing the ground for three or four days, Human Rights Commissioner Liudmyla Denisova said.
With frostbitten limbs, the prisoners were sent to Russian camps, and then to the first Kursk pre-trial detention center. Without medical care provided.
“Ukrainians were dressed in the uniform of prisoners, had their hair cut, tortured, forced to learn patriotic Russian songs and perform them for their supervisors. Interrogations took place two or three times a day, after which men were brutally beaten and later forced to sign documents they were treated well,” Denisova said.