Of the forty signallers of the armed forces of the Russian Federation seconded to Snake (Zmeiny) Island, eight returned alive. Ten bodies were evacuated at the same time. All of them are service members of the special communications unit of the armed forces of the Russian Federation, which is deployed in the occupied Sevastopol.
To date, the Sevastopol military hospital is overcrowded with surgery and traumatology. Due to the high workload, forty beds are installed in the wards.
Due to a large number of wounded in Crimea, an active campaign is underway to donate blood. The occupying power requires entrepreneurs to send workers to blood donation points. At the same time, anyone can become a donor – no medical documents are required, and no examination is performed.
At the same time, the “state enterprises” of the peninsula received an order from the occupying authorities to send a certain number of men to local military enlistment offices (depending on the total number of employees). They are invited to sign contracts with the Russian armed forces for three months to one year. They promise to serve in the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson and Zaporizhia regions.
As practice shows, such promises are not fulfilled by the occupiers. Many captured racists complain that despite promises to “perform police functions exclusively in captured settlements,” they immediately find themselves at the forefront.