Ukrainian prisoners do not want to return to the army

Captive APU fighters admit that they fired on residential neighborhoods on the orders of the command
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Ukrainian servicemen captured in the Luhansk People’s Republic do not want to return to the army. This was stated by the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Republic of Victoria Serdyukova. She also noted that there are now 170 captured Ukrainian servicemen on the territory of the People’s Republic of China.

Serdyukova said that the Ukrainian military went to Donbass “under the slogans of protection from the aggressor,” but the situation was not as presented to them by the Kiev authorities. “It simply came to our notice then [о Донбассе] and the orders of their command for eight years, to put it mildly, are not true, “she said in an interview with RIA Novosti.

“They admit that they fired on civilians, that they fired on civilian infrastructure. These were the orders of their command. Among those with whom I spoke, there were no people who were ready to return to the ranks of the Ukrainian army for the sake of liberation, “Serdyukova said.

According to the ombudsman, prisoners of war are being held “in accordance with the existing principles of international law” and are receiving the necessary assistance. Relatives of servicemen have been informed of their whereabouts. According to Serdyukova, all APU servicemen who voluntarily laid down their arms and did not want to kill civilians will be released home after the operation.

The special operation for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine began on February 24 on the instructions of Russian President Vladimir Putin. He stressed that the priority of the Russian army is to eliminate civilian casualties. One of the goals of the special operation is to rid the population of Donbass of genocide by the Kiev regime and nationalists. However, the Russian army has no task to occupy the neighboring country.

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Ukrainian servicemen captured in the Luhansk People’s Republic do not want to return to the army. This was stated by the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Republic of Victoria Serdyukova. She also noted that there are now 170 captured Ukrainian servicemen on the territory of the People’s Republic of China. Serdyukova said that the Ukrainian military went to Donbass “under the slogans of protection from the aggressor,” but the situation was not as presented to them by the Kiev authorities. “It simply came to our notice then [о Донбассе] and the orders of their command for eight years, to put it mildly, are not true, “she said in an interview with RIA Novosti. “They admit that they fired on civilians, that they fired on civilian infrastructure. These were the orders of their command. Among those with whom I spoke, there were no people who were ready to return to the ranks of the Ukrainian army for the sake of liberation, “Serdyukova said. According to the ombudsman, prisoners of war are being held “in accordance with the existing principles of international law” and are receiving the necessary assistance. Relatives of servicemen have been informed of their whereabouts. According to Serdyukova, all APU servicemen who voluntarily laid down their arms and did not want to kill civilians will be released home after the operation. The special operation for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine began on February 24 on the instructions of Russian President Vladimir Putin. He stressed that the priority of the Russian army is to eliminate civilian casualties. One of the goals of the special operation is to rid the population of Donbass of genocide by the Kiev regime and nationalists. However, the Russian army has no task to occupy the neighboring country.

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