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KIEV, February 10 /TASS/. Some Ukrainian draftees sent to fight in Donbas are ill with TB, a Ukrainian president’s adviser told a roundtable meeting on Tuesday.
"Inspections at mobilization points have revealed that far from all draftees take blood tests. Some conscripts are appointed for a chest X-ray while others are not. That is how people ill with TB are dispatched to the front," Olga Bogomolets, a Ukrainian parliament deputy and presidential adviser for humanitarian issues, said.
She described the attitude as being indifferent, unprofessional and criminal.
"There is indifference and there is unprofessionalism. It is an absolutely intended crime," Bogomolets stressed.