According to him, the command of the Russian Federation is more profitable if the prisoners died, and the dead were considered missing.
The command of the Russian Federation makes the captured occupiers in the lists of the missing, not the dead, so as not to pay compensation to the families. However, it is more profitable for them if the prisoner died, and the 200th went missing.
As the journalist Vladimir Zolkin, who regularly communicates with captured invaders, said in an interview with the Orestocracy project, the relatives of the invaders sometimes do nothing at all to bring them home.
“For them (the command of the Russian Federation – UNIAN), in principle, it is better for the prisoner to die, so that he does not fall into captivity … Those who are captured, they add to the lists of missing, not dead. It’s also easier, because it is not clear what is happening to the person, there is no need to pay compensation,” Zolkin said.
In addition, the invaders refuse to take away the bodies of their servicemen. We are talking about hundreds of corpses that are stored in Ukraine. The Russians move only under the onslaught of their native 200 invaders.
“The corpses are already in the refrigerators, but they don’t want to take them away. I promoted this topic a lot so that they would give me the opportunity to take pictures of those corpses. And so we came, opened several bags, showed the faces of these Russians. Then their relatives went to the Russian Ombudsman and demanded return. From that time on, at least the exchange of bodies began. Although there is a case when the occupiers managed to hit the train that was traveling with their bodies with artillery … This is savings. Three hundred corpses, each family must be compensated,” the journalist said.
Zolkin confirmed that the locations of the refrigerators are classified so that the Russians do not blow them up. The places of detention of prisoners are also classified. “If it wasn’t for them, there wouldn’t be any problems,” Zolkin added.