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Ukrainian POWs have anorexia, traumas, shock after Russian captivity

Most of the 215 Ukrainian servicemen who were released from Russian captivity on 21 September 2022 have been in a shock state and have an extreme degree of anorexia, many also have traumas, the head of patronage service of Azov Olena Tolkachova said.
The fighters are receiving necessary medical care. They will soon have their passports and bank cards with their salary restored, she says.
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