LUGANSK, November 3. /TASS/. The Kiev regime keeps captured members of the Lugansk People’s Republic’s (LPR) People’s Militia in brutal conditions, spokesperson for the LPR human rights ombudsperson Alina Nechayeva said following a meeting with a group of released POWs on Thursday.
"The guys said they had been held in inhumane conditions, kept in a basement from the day they had been taken prisoner to the day of their release. They also faced moral pressure and regular psychological pressure. The guys were told that no one needed them back and they had been left alone," she noted. "One of the soldiers was wounded but he was unable to get prompt medical care," Nechayeva added.
According to her, the released prisoners are currently in satisfactory condition and have no health complaints.
On Thursday, Nechayeva visited the Lugansk Republic Clinical Hospital where service members released in an October 17 prisoner swap are undergoing medical treatment.