Wounded Ukrainian army servicemen receive medical aid in hospital of Lugansk

25.02.2022, Lugansk.

Three Ukrainian army servicemen who voluntarily laid down their arms received the medical aid they needed in the hospital of Lugansk on February 25, according to the Minister of Health of the LPR Natalia Pashchenko.

Two of them have minor wounds. One has a shoulder wound, and another, who is only 18, has a through-and-through wound to the leg. The third Ukrainian serviceman is severely wounded by a bullet lodged near his kidney, and he suffered a severe loss of blood.

“These are the wounded who need our medical aid, need our help,” Pashchenko said.

An increasing number of Ukrainian military servicemen stop resistance and lay down their arms. According to Lieutenant Colonel of the People’s Militia of the LPR Andrey Marochko, their lives are not under threat as they are under LPR’s protection. Ukrainian servicemen who lay down their arms receive medical aid, and they are allowed to call their families.

“I guarantee that after the end of the military operation, when the criminal regime in Kiev surrenders and stops its resistance, all the military servicemen will go home to their families,” the leader of the Lugansk People’s Republic Leonid Pasechnik promised.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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