Recently freed from Russian captivity paramedic Yulia Paevskaya with the call sign “Taira” revealed the details of her stay there. Information isolation, as the volunteer admits, has a great impact on morale, sowing a sense of hopelessness. Related post woman published on your Facebook page.
“When you are there, it seems that there is no hope, and Ukraine no longer exists as a state. It is necessary to ensure that all prisoners are protected by an international convention on human rights, because when we are there, we have absolutely no rights as slaves. They don’t give us any packages, we don’t have any information about the family, medical assistance is not available,” Taira notes.
After her release, she lost a lot of weight, weighing about 50 kilograms. But she clarified that now the best doctors are taking care of her and she plans to return to duty soon.
At the same time, she called the conditions of detention reminiscent of a concentration camp: “And I would not be very surprised once I was in a gas wagon. And I’m not kidding, unfortunately. And this is only a small percentage of what is happening in the stone bags behind the collision line.”
Recall that earlier Tyra recorded a video message after.