According to Russian human rights activist Olga Romanova, she doubts that the prisoners after a month of preparation can be useful as doctors or cooks. It is also unlikely that they are used to take away the wounded, since, according to her, they are finished off in the Wagner PMC.
The train with the prisoners, which went to the Donetsk region, was noticed last week. In one of the second-class carriages there were only women. In addition to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Olga Romanova, a human rights activist and founder of the Rus Seated Foundation, also spoke about this, reports Current Time (Radio Liberty project).
“We are talking about at least two or three groups of women <…> At first, women were indeed taken away, this was the first shipment – 50 people from the colony in Snezhnoye. This is in the occupied territories,” the human rights activist noted.
According to her, there was also a group of women “who worked in the infamous Kushchevka on agricultural work.” (The village of Kushchevskaya is known in the Russian Federation for a resonant massacre).
There were about a hundred women convicted – they were all taken away, and indiscriminately: they were not divided into “the youngest, or the most athletic, or the most vigilant.” Their fate is unknown. Perhaps the further path of the prisoners is to PMC “Wagner”.
Previously, according to the human rights activist, for a month, convicted women were being prepared for something, perhaps to take away the corpses.
About female prisoners and PMC “Wagner” in Ukraine, watch from 1:50
Women in PMC “Wagner”
Romanova told whether women are taken to PMCs. According to her, the desire of female prisoners to go to war in Ukraine was known from the very beginning of the recruitment of prisoners.
“We know of at least two women, and older women, they are former security forces sitting in Moscow pre-trial detention centers,” Romanova said, adding that one of them is a former investigator, and the second is a judge.
“Or all the same, I think, for a one-time use in assault brigades. This is the very first thing that comes to mind,” said Romanova.
She doubts that in PMC “Wagner” women after passing a month of training can be useful as doctors or cooks. It is also unlikely that they are used to take the wounded.
“Women will go to the battlefield immediately after the attack on the area being shot through to pick up the 300th, which is what? They are being finished off at PMC Wagner,” Romanova specified.
Recall that the Seimas of Lithuania recognized PMC “Wagner” as a terrorist organization. This is the first such case in the EU countries.
Earlier Focus reported that Italy accuses Wagner PMC of the influx of migrants. The founder of the Russian paramilitary group Yevgeny Prigozhin is involved in a large-scale increase in migration, says Italian Defense Minister Guido Crosetto
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