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Occupants are building a hospital in Crimea due to heavy losses in the war - NRC

Russians are building a new hospital in Simferopol

Ukrainian defenders eliminate about 1,000 occupants every day. According to military experts, the number of wounded during hostilities is usually 2-3 times higher than the number of dead. Due to the huge losses in personnel, the occupiers are forced to build new hospitals, including one in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol.

This was reported by the National Resistance Center. According to the publication, the occupiers plan to put the premises into operation by next spring.

The hospital being built by the invaders for their "three hundredths" should accommodate 150 people. However, it is unlikely that this number of "beds" will solve the enemy's problem, because their losses are much greater.

In view of this, it can be assumed that the occupiers will continue to use civilian infrastructure, i.e., use existing medical facilities, limiting the right of local residents to receive medical care.

Occupants are building a hospital in Crimea due to heavy losses in the war - NRC

As a reminder, in the temporarily occupied Melitopol, hospitals cannot cope with the flow of wounded occupants. Because medical facilities are overcrowded, wounded Russians are taken to an engine plant in the southern part of the city.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, during the week of November 27 to December 3, Ukrainian defenders eliminated about 7210 occupants at the front.

According to the General Staff, Ukrainian soldiers killed 770 invaders during the fighting on December 4. As of today, the losses of the Russian Armed Forces in the war against our country reach 332,810.

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