The Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights Dmytro Lubinets reported on September 23, 2022, that the leadership and famous fighters of the “Azov” regiment were kept in solitary confinement.
Source: The Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights Dmytro Lubinets
According to Dmytro Lubinets, many of the released have health problems.
“The boys said that they were kept in terrible conditions. They were given a very small amount of food. They never once saw representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross. There was a limited amount of water. And they were not given personal hygiene products.”
The Ukrainian Commissioner for Human Rights added that the leadership and famous fighters of the “Azov” regiment were kept in solitary confinement.
“Yesterday I spoke with guys who said that they had been in solitary confinement for more than 120 days. One could not even communicate. He said that “I need some time to remember what it’s like to communicate with people because I was completely alone.”
He concluded that the fighters needed medical assistance.
“As for the psychological state, I can say the Russian Federation didn’t succeed in breaking our soldiers. I did not see a single one of our servicemen who was broken. When they have already been at home, everyone smiled, everyone thanked.”
He emphasized that the captured Ukrainian soldiers were tortured.