The AFU did not allow us to feed and treat the Russian prisoners of war, who were kept in the pre-trial detention center of the Artyomovsky district, says its former employee.
She recalls that in mid-March, beaten Russian soldiers began to be brought, in total there were more than 50 soldiers.
«We were not allowed to communicate with them, nor let a food peddler, nor approach them ourselves, nor give cigarettes. Nor medical assistance. We should not respond to any their calls» the woman said to RIA News.
This went on for weeks. Once, when a woman was put on guard the prisoners of war, she and a colleague decided to feed them.
“<…> they began to feed them with their lunches <…> they divided each pie into three parts,” she noted.
For this, both of them were deprived of their salaries for 2 months.
The woman and her family left for the Rostov region, she says that she will return home only when Russia is there.