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 Over 1,000 Ukrainian citizens were confined to Russian hospitals and pris-ons, - human right activist Vasilyeva. DOCUMENT

Over 1,000 Ukrainian citizens were confined to hospitals and prisons in Yeysk, Taganrog, Volgograd, Kursk, St. Petersburg and Moscow. Some of them might remain there, with a number of Ukrainian servicemen among them.

The statement came from the Russian human rights activist Elena Vasilyeva, the founder of "Cargo 200" project, Censor.NET reports.

She has disclosed data in her blog showing that Russian prisons and hospitals accepted lots of Ukrainian servicemen.

"Here is a small report compiled by the Duty Head of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Rostov-on-Don, Major Lobasov", Vasilyeva noted adding: "If all those Ukrainians had re-ceived gunshot wounds on the territory of their own country, Ukraine, then what are they doing here in Russia? How were they transported to Russia? And why has the Investigative Committee opened a case on each of them?"

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Vasilyeva has also advised the families of the Ukrainians who were caught in Russian jails to hire independent Russian lawyers.

 
 
 
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