Human rights activists: Russians have smuggled out Ukrainian prisoners
The occupiers leave behind scorched earth, looting, stealing children and even convicts.
This was reported by the press service of the human rights organization Alliance for Ukrainian Unity.
The Russian invaders, who could not withstand the pressure of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, escaped from the right bank of Kherson Region and kidnapped over 2,500 Ukrainian convicts and defendants from penal colonies and detention centres in Kherson Region, as well as a large number of civilians who were imprisoned during the occupation. They escorted them through Crimea, where they beat, humiliated and took away all their things and then took them to different places of detention in the Russian Federation," the article says.
Ukrainians are asked to report the whereabouts of the kidnapped Ukrainian prisoners from prisons in Kherson, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhzhya and Donetsk regions
Relatives and friends are asked to call +380679120072; +380689332882, we will advise how to proceed. We will be grateful for any information about the prisoners of war," Ukrainians are asked.
- Russia invites former Pink Floyd singer Roger Waters to UN Security Council meeting
- Britain may announce long-range weapons for Ukraine
- Russia begins to threaten Bosnia over possible NATO membership
- Defence Minister Reznikov talks about key areas where the enemy is amassing troops
- Media: Russia will launch an offensive in the next 10 days
- The Office of the President reacted to "Putin's promise not to kill Zelensky"