Invaders take hospital in Simferopol for needs of their military

Invaders take hospital in Simferopol for needs of their military

The hospital in Simferopol of the temporarily occupied Crimea was taken away for the needs of the military of the occupying Russian army.

That's according to the human rights organization CrimeaSOS, Ukrinform reports.

"The new Semashko Medical Center in occupied Simferopol was given to the needs of the Russian military. The medical institution was "closed" for local residents," the post says.

It is noted that this hospital was opened in 2020 and can treat up to 650 patients at a time.

Human rights activists noted that the occupying army's military are now deployed in many Crimean medical institutions, which results in a lack of places for civilians.

Read also: Humeniuk: Occupiers' blowing up of Crimean Titan to affect three neighboring countries

As Ukrinform reported, the invaders in Crimea lack specialists who can restore damaged military equipment, so they involve service station workers.

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