The military of the Russian Federation, imprisoned for refusing to fight, complained to the authorities about the commanders

Russian servicemen, who were deprived of their liberty after refusing to participate in the war against Ukraine, filed an application with the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.

According to Ukrinform, this was reported in Telegram head of the human rights organization “Agora” Pavel Chikov.

The military of the aggressor country asked to conduct an audit and bring the guilty commanders to criminal liability for abuse of power.

It is specified that about 140 Russian servicemen were deprived of their liberty and kept in the temporarily occupied areas of the Luhansk region of Ukraine. The applicants noted that they were not presented with any charges or documents confirming the lawfulness of the deprivation of liberty.

“In the room with barred windows and iron doors locked from the outside, there were no basic amenities, an iron bucket and plastic bottles were used for natural needs, there was no food, documents and things were taken away,” the statement says.

Read also: 200 Russian marines refused to return to war in Ukraine – intelligence

Earlier, Russian opposition publications spoke in detail about how more than 200 Russian militaryThose who refuse to fight against Ukraine are kept in “unofficial” prisons of the so-called “LPR”.

On February 24, the Russian Federation began a new stage of the war against Ukraine – a full-scale invasion. The invaders fire at peaceful towns and villages, torture and kill civilians. At the same time, the armed forces of the aggressor country suffer heavy losses.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button