BREAKING: Russian Health Ministry Documents Anticipate Mass Injuries
A breaking report by ITV News revealed the recent distribution of documents by the Russian Ministry of Health foreshadowed a major crisis. The documents, which are written in Russian, urged medical personnel within the country to be ready to treat far more patients than usual in the near future.
The Russian documents were provided by reporter Emma Burrows, who wrote a story on the topic which provided some English translations as well.
According to the shared files, medical organizations must ready “to be promptly involved in activities aimed at saving lives and preserving the health of people in Russia.” The Russian Health Ministry also requested many facilities around the country to provide a list of consultable “medical specialists and medical workers… indicating their full name, place of work, positions & contact details.”
The document apparently makes it clear the medics will be shipped elsewhere and offered a “reimbursement of travel and accommodation expenses, as well as payment of labour is expected from funds from the Federal Centre of Medical Disasters.”
ITV reported that an anonymous Ukrainian military official worried upon reading the documents, fearing they may indicate that the government is ordering medics to prepare for mass injuries or casualties following further escalations of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
“This letter clearly demonstrates that the Russians did not expect to face such a level of resistance and losses. They wanted to make a blitzkrieg operation and should have finished it by now, but they are still far from achieving their goals,” the Ukrainian military official told the outlet.
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