As of the end of November 2021, 300 citizens of Ukraine are illegally held in prisons in the Russian-occupied areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
This was reported by the authorized representative of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine for human rights Lyudmila Denisova.
& # 8212; Illegal armed groups controlled by the Russian Federation hold 300 Ukrainian citizens in ORDLO prisons: 223 in Donetsk and 77 in Luhansk region, Denisova wrote on Facebook.
Denisova following the forum Overcoming the conflict in Donbass as the task of generations: promoting justice, dialogue, reconciliation, said that in Ukraine, eight years after the beginning of armed aggression from the Russian Federation, the status of persons affected by the military conflict.
The determination of the status of a person affected by the conflict has been partially regulated only in relation to children affected by hostilities and persons with disabilities as a result of the war, injured on the territory of the ATO/JFO.
The day before, Lyudmila Denisova appealed to the International Committee of the Red Cross in Ukraine with a request to provide residents of the occupied territories with drugs for emergency prevention of rabies.
Local residents who have suffered from attacks by homeless animals go to hospitals, in particular for an emergency vaccination.
Due to the large number of infected people, local medical facilities do not have enough drugs.