Crimea hospitals snub civilian patients to treat wounded Russian soldiers


In the occupied Crimea, hospitals were ordered to prioritize Russian wounded soldiers over civilian patients. 

That’s according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Ukrinform reports.

Due to massive casualties on the part of enemy forces, the occupation authorities in Crimea ordered to remove civilian patients from local hospitals to vacate beds for the wounded soldiers. Donor blood is being intensively collected, the report says.

Meanwhile, the Ukrainian side noted ongoing combat readiness drills run in the Belarusian response forces. “There is still a threat of missile and air strikes from the territory of the Republic of Belarus on Ukrainian infrastructure facilities,” the statement reads.

In the north, the Russians fired mortars in Sumy region. In Slobozhanshchyna, the enemy rains fire on Ukrainian forces to prevent their further advance toward the State Border with Russia as they are pushing back the invasion force. Measures are being taken by the occupiers to replenish losses.

In the Kharkiv direction, the enemy focused its main efforts on holding ground and deterring Ukraine forces. The Russians fired on civilian infrastructure in the areas of Cherkaski Tyshky, Ruski Tyshky, Petrivka, and Ternova. They were also remotely mining the area of possible advance of Ukraine’s Forces.

In the Sloviansk direction, the enemy conducted intensive reconnaissance, preparing to resume the offensive.

Enemy artillery engaged civilian infrastructure in the areas of Husarivka, Velyka Komyshuvakha, Bohorodychne, Sviatohirsk, and others. Air strikes targeted the Dovhenke area.

The enemy is conducting offensive operations in the Donetsk direction, actively employing missile forces, artillery, and electronic warfare, as well as pumping up the number of aviation sorties.

In the Lyman direction, the enemy is strengthening its strike grouping, using attack aircraft near Dibrova and trying to gain a foothold in the area of ​​Lyman.

In the Sievierodonetsk direction, supported by artillery, the enemy ran assault operations in the area of ​​the city, where firefights continue. In the area of Bobrove the Russians suffered losses and retreated to previously occupied positions. Air strikes targeted the Ustynivka area.

The occupiers are trying to improve their tactical situation in the Bakhmut direction. With the support of mortar and artillery fire, the enemy conducted offensive and assault operations in the areas of Volodymyrivka, Vasylivka, Komyshuvakha, and Myronivka. None of them saw success as the enemy suffered losses and retreated. Air strikes hit Yakovlivka.

In the Avdiyivka direction, with the support of artillery, the enemy tried to advance in the areas of the Kamyanka and Vesele, but with no success. They fired on civilian infrastructure along the line of contact. In the South Buh direction, the enemy suffered losses as a result of offensive by Ukrainian units and took up defense on unfavorable borders near the village of Kostromka, now taking measures to restore lost positions by deploying reserves to the area.

“The Russian occupiers inflicted fire on civilian infrastructure in Lymany, Stepova Dolina, Luch, Partizany, Chervony Yar, Trudoliubivka, and other settlements. To replenish its armored fleet, the Russians have deployed some obsolete decommissioned tanks and IFVs (T62s and BMP-1s).

Restrictions remain in place in the Transnistrian region of Moldova, where infrastructure facilities are being inspected, while citizens and vehicles undergo security checks.

During the past 24 hours, seven attacks by the enemy were repulsed in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, where a tank and six military trucks were destroyed, and an Orlan-10 UAV was downed.

As Ukrinform reported, from February 24 to May 28, the Armed Forces liquidated about 30,000 Russian servicemen.

Source: Crimea hospitals snub civilian patients to treat wounded Russian soldiers

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