Photo of the only POW camp in Ukraine so far

Proper living conditions have been created for prisoners of war, and medical support has been organized.

So far, only one Russian POW camp has been set up in the west of the country

The Ministry of Justice showed the conditions under which Ukraine is holding Russian prisoners of war.

This is stated on the page of the Ministry Facebook.

So far, only one camp for prisoners of war of the Russian Federation has been created in the west of the country. In total – 51 sites on the basis of institutions of the State Penitentiary Service, where the occupiers are kept.

The prisoner of war camp is guarded, inside the building the detainees can move freely.

Proper living conditions have been created for prisoners of war, and medical support has been organized.

“It is important that the people detained here work. They do not spend their lives just looking at the ceiling. They are engaged in woodworking and benefit Ukrainian society,” the ministry said.

The rest of the Russian military are kept in separate rooms in correctional colonies of the minimum security level with general conditions of detention, medium and maximum security levels, as well as in pre-trial detention centers, isolated from other convicts and persons taken into custody.

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Russia concentrated all efforts to capture Severodonetsk. At the moment, fierce fighting continues in the city. As reported on the evening of June 20, the head of the Lugansk OVA Serhiy Gaidai, the Armed Forces of Ukraine control only the territory of the plant “Azot”.

The enemy offensive continues in the Bakhmut direction.

At the same time, Ukrainian defenders stopped the assault of Russian troops in Maryinka – the enemy ingloriously fled.

Russia inflicted airstrikes in Sumy, Kharkiv and Nikolaev regions.

In the waters of the Black and Azov Seas, 5 carriers of high-precision weapons are kept in readiness for launching missile attacks on objects on the territory of Ukraine.

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