Russian invaders seeing increase in mortality among wounded soldiers, says General Staff
The General Staff noted the heavy losses of the invading troops of Russia (Photo:REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko)
Invading Russian forces are seeing an increase in mortality among wounded soldiers, Ukraine’s General Staff said in a Facebook update on March 24.
“An increase in mortality among the wounded invaders was reported between March 17 and March 21,” the report says.
“This was due to an increased number of severe wounds and poor medical care, in particular due to the inadequate professionalism of the medical staff.”
According to the General Staff, due to the significant daily losses suffered by the invaders, the enemy decided to increase bed capacity in the hospitals operating in the temporarily occupied part of Ukraine’s Luhansk Oblast.
“In particular, the number of beds in the military hospital in Troitske has been doubled from 200 to 400,” the Ukrainian military says.
“At the same time, all wounded officers were evacuated to the territory of the Russian Federation by helicopter between March 17 and March 18.”
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