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London sees supply crisis in Russia

Many deaths preventable?
London sees supply crisis in Russia

Since the start of the Ukraine war, the Russian side is said to have lost an average of 400 victims a day. According to British secret services, the high number of injuries is leading to a supply crisis. Many deaths could possibly be avoidable.

According to British secret services, the high number of casualties in the war of aggression against Ukraine is affecting medical care in Russia. “The influx of military casualties is likely to have disrupted the normal delivery of some Russian civilian medical services, particularly in regions bordering Ukraine,” the Defense Ministry said in a statement.

“Probably specialized military hospitals are reserved for officer injuries.” With an average of 400 casualties per day since the start of the war on February 24, 2022, there is a supply crisis in the care of injured Russian soldiers. The ministry quoted the head of combat medicine training at the Kalashnikov armaments company as saying that up to 50 percent of those killed could have been saved with appropriate first aid. The fact that the injured are evacuated slowly and bandages are used improperly is “one of the main causes of preventable deaths and amputations,” it said, citing media reports.

The British Ministry of Defense has published daily information on the course of the war since the beginning of the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine, citing intelligence information. Moscow accuses London of a disinformation campaign.

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