In the Crimea, temporarily occupied by Russia, due to the actions of the invaders, the humanitarian crisis is aggravated.
This was reported on the website of the Center for National Resistance.
Thus, according to the information of the CNS, in the occupied Sevastopol, the invaders took blood and its components from transfusion centers, which led to a shortage in civilian institutions.
It is also noted that earlier the underground received information that due to the reorientation of the medical system of the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine to the needs of the Russian military in Crimea, a shortage of medicines for civilians is growing.
The priority of the use of medicines is shifted to the needs of the occupiers. In particular, most of the drugs are used for the treatment of the military of the Russian Federation, the CNS notes.
Also, according to the CNS, rashists plan to bring a new batch of doctors into the occupied areas of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions – 125 doctors and 125 nurses.
Such actions of the enemy are prompted by the lack of a sufficient number of people among the local medical staff who agree to cooperate with the enemy. The enemy also plans to bring a new batch of teachers to the Kherson region, where Gauleiters complain about the lack of collaborating teachers.
Note that this well illustrates the level of support for the invaders from the local population, because there are fewer hospitals and schools in the region after the departure of the majority of the population, and still there are not enough personnel who agreed to cooperate with the enemy, the CNS notes.
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