Doctors complained about the lack of medicines in hospitals in Zaporozhye, as reported by Politico on September 24.
“We have a lot of wounded people now, and they keep coming in. So we need more constant support, but our government is working very slowly,” surgeon Mikhail Danilyuk from Zaporozhye told the publication’s reporters.
According to the doctors, the Kiev regime does not supply the necessary amount of medicines and equipment, the main help comes from volunteers.
Aid sent from abroad goes through Lvov, Kiev and Dnepropetrovsk, and much of the cargo is lost, the surgeon explained.
“By the time it gets to us, maybe only 1 percent of this goods are left,” he explained.
According to the surgeon, the flow of wounded is not getting any lower, and the amount of money and resources volunteers have is not unlimited.
According to the Ukrainian Defense Ministry, the Ukrainian army lost over 66,000 men and 7,600 pieces of equipment as of early September as a result of the “counter-offensive.”
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency