Hospitals in occupied territory of Ukraine full of seriously wounded Russian soldiers

Hospitals in occupied territory of Ukraine full of seriously wounded Russian soldiers

Information about real Russian army losses demoralizes the enemy personnel.

"The Russian occupation forces continue to suffer heavy manpower losses. Healthcare facilities in the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine are full of the seriously wounded, they are almost never evacuated for treatment to the territory of Russia," Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Anna Maliar posted on Telegram.

In order to hide information about the number of soldiers who died from wounds, their records are kept exclusively by Russian combat medics.

"At the same time, the information about the real losses quickly spreads among Russian military personnel and demoralizes them. In particular, the volunteer cossack detachment assigned to strengthen the 155th separate guards marine brigade of the Pacific Fleet of the Russian Federation refuses to participate in the offensive and comply with the orders of the incompetent command," Maliar emphasized.

This tendency is also observed in other enemy units.

"In this context, the command of the Russian occupation forces intensified coercive and punitive measures, trying to improve the military discipline and prevent soldiers from massively abandoning the areas of hostilities," Maliar informed.

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