Нелюдських умов утримання у заручниках



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EVIDENCE OF UKRAINIAN CITIZENS WHO WERE HELD CAPTIVE BY RUSSIAN TERRORIST GROUPS ON THE TERRITORY

OF OCCUPIED REGIONS OF DONETSK AND LUHANSK OBLASTS,

ON MORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL HUMILIATION

Ivano-Frankivsk oblast

1. Yaroslav V. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 36 days)

“…Every day they threatened to kill me – either to shoot or to throw a grenade into the basement where the Ukrainian hostages were held. They also forced us to dig trenches for the terrorists threatening to beat us if we did not. The DPR militants were constantly intimidating us saying: “you will drop die if you don’t execute our orders promptly and properly…”.



Volyn oblast

2. Serhii B. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 83 days)

“…They were constantly threatening us. It seemed there was a sort of contest among them: who was “better” at intimidating the hostages. They treated us as if we were slaves who could be kicked or ordered to do some physical exercises (knee-bending, or press-up, or others) just to please them, or simply cursed. The slang terms and obscenities used by most of the militants proved that they used to be convicted for committing crimes…”.



3. Vasyl B. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 21 days)

“…Intimidation and victimization were parts of the whole system of tortures applied towards the Ukrainian hostages…”.



4. Yurii B. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 23 days)

“…I, as well as other hostages, were under constant psychological pressure. They intimidated and threatened us (to shoot, to cut off the ear or the arm, to smash the knee with a hammer etc.) while trying to persuade us to defy to the separatists. They also victimized our relatives: they called them from our mobile phones, threatened, demanded ransom, and said that the captives’ organs would be sent to their relatives by post…”.



5-6. Yurii I. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 12 days) and Anatolii L. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 27 days)

“…They were constantly threatening to shoot or torture us; they assaulted our dignity and humiliated us in all possible ways…”.




7. Volodymyr K. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 20 days)

“…They exerted psychological pressure on us in all possible ways every day: they threatened to shoot us, abused the hostages in foul language, humiliated and victimized us; if a captive responded to all these acts of derogation, he was beaten. The Ukrainian hostages were also forced to take part in the so-called “captives’ parade” in Donetsk on August, 24, 2014. It proves that pro-Russian militants impudently disregard all the international acts about the protection of the rights of the persons who are held as captives or hostages…”.



8. Mykhailo M. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 8 days)

“…We were under constant psychological pressure; the hostages were humiliated and threatened to be killed: the militants targeted their loaded firearms at us and said they would shoot…”.



9. Andrii P. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 21 days)

“…I, as well as other Ukrainian hostages, were threatened to be shot or mutilated; the militants reloaded their firearms and targeted them at us…”.



10. Sviatoslav S. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 124 days)

“…They did not only beat the hostages but also exerted psychological pressure on us. We were threatened to be killed or mutilated. They were constantly humiliating us and assaulting our dignity. They called the Ukrainian captives only “fascists”, “banderivtsi”, “junta”…”.



11. Yurii S. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 56 days)

“…They threatened to kill us. During the interrogations they used to put a loaded gun to the captive’s temple and threatened to shoot it. Besides, they threatened my relatives calling them and demanding ransom…”.



12. Taras T. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 182 days)

“…They were constantly threatening to shoot me, they even mocked the shooting several times. They called the hostages only in an abusive way – “ukrop”, “fascist”, “banderivets”. They also forbade us to speak Ukrainian threatening to beat us…”.



13. Ihor F. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 159 days)

“…They repeatedly threatened to execute us by shooting. They often phoned my wife and relatives, and extorted money. In general, every Ukrainian captive was an instrument to extort money. There was practically no one among them who fought for a cause. The majority were just criminals who took the upper hand over lives of other people, and who were trying to make use of it for the purpose of getting rich or finding sadistic enjoyment…”.



14. Valerii Kh. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 82 days)

“…They put pressure not only on me, but on my family, too. Interrogations of captives were filmed, and the videos were uploaded on YouTube. Having done that, they phoned our relatives (my wife in particular) and extorted ransom for our release from captivity. In addition they threatened to execute the captives by shooting in the short term…”.



15. Andrii Sh. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 11 days)

“…They regularly put psychological pressure upon us, threatened to execute us by shooting, and to torture (to cut an ear off, to send a bullet through a leg, etc. …”.



L’viv Oblast

16. Bohdan R. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 22 days)

“…They regularly threatened to kill us, showed knives and threatened to get a scalp. During interrogations militants repeatedly held a pistol to my head and threatened to “let my brains out”. They also threatened to send us to a mine for correctional labour, where, they said, “you will all die like slaves…”.



Odesa Oblast

17-18. Oleksandr B. (serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 151 days) and Hanna I. (servicewoman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 6 days)

“…While in captivity, we were repeatedly battered, they psychologically bullied us”.



Rivne Oblast

19. Oleh V. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 17 days)

“…They forced us to desert to the separatists. Also, under the threat of execution, I together with other Ukrainian captives took part in the so-called “parade of disgrace” in Donetsk City…”.



20. Yurii H. (serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 119 days)

“…They constantly put psychological pressure on me, threatened to kill me and other “banderivtsi”, as well as the members of our families. The intimidation was accompanied by reloading firearms and putting them against my head…”.



Kherson Oblast

21-22. Oleksandr K. (serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 36 days) and Mykola O. (serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 70 days)

“…They regularly threatened to kill us (by shooting or by exploding a bombshell), to torture; they intimidated relatives of captives in social networks; they called our relatives using our mobile phones which they had taken away from us while taking us prisoners…”.



23. Serhii Z. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 17 days)

“…They regularly put psychological pressure on captured Ukrainian soldiers. They regularly threatened to kill us, humiliated us and assaulted our dignity. The captives were brought to child care centers in Donetsk where mutilated children (without arms or legs) were shown to them, and militants claimed that “these are the consequences of the aggression of Ukrainian junta, that it why all servicemen of the Armed forces of Ukraine must be killed…”.



24. Leonid K. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 5 days)

“…The captives were regularly under psychological pressure, humiliated; this was often accompanied by battering. Several times militants brought me outside for a mock execution. The terrorists mentioned that “Ukrainian servicemen and volunteers of Kyiv junta looked better when they were dead”. There were citizens of the Russian Federation among our torturers, they openly made boast of their citizenship…”.



Ternopil Oblast

25. Vitalii V. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 20 days)

“…The captives were under psychological pressure. Together with other captives we were bayonetted into taking part in the so-called “parade of Ukrainian captives” which took place in August 2014 in Donetsk. We were regularly menaced with guns and cold arms…”.



Kyiv Oblast

26. Roman B. (volunteer, was held captive for 4 days)

“…The captives were constantly abused, threatened with physical punishment and sexual abuse. Several times they took me out to be shot. Once the mock shooting was guided by the militant nicknamed Motorola…”.



27-31. Oleksandr D. (was held captive for 118 days), Dmytro K. (was held captive for 278 days), Volodymyr L. (was held captive for 118 days), Vladyslav P. (was held captive for 40 days) and Oleksii F. (was held captive for 176 days), (all are servicemen of the National Guard of Ukraine)

“…In captivity the militants humiliated us every day. They addressed us using obscene swear-words only, used to threaten us with killing. They threatened our relatives, for this purpose the Russian terrorists used the captives’ mobile phones as well as gathered information on the family members of the Ukrainian war prisoners…”.



32. Yevhen N. (serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 119 days)

“…Every day Russian terrorists abused the captives psychologically, cursed, threatened to kill, shoot, slaughter, hang us. Having brought us to Ilovaisk they drew us to forced labour. Our task was mines clearing, corpses gathering, graves digging, dismantling ruined buildings. Slave labour involving Ukrainian captives for money which the locals concerned paid to the so-called Ilovaisk Russian commandant was practiced much…”.



33. Dmytro R. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 84 days)

“…The Ukrainian captives were constantly humiliated and threatened with shooting. Besides the Russian terrorists constantly took out the captives one by one to face the locals. While doing so the militants instigated the locals to our lynching “for killing the peaceful Donbas residents and ruined houses”. This being done, some common people came to us and punched and kicked us…”.



34. Oleksii F. (serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 176 days)

“…They exerted constant psychological pressure on the hostages; while doing it they combined blunt intimidation (to shoot) with educational conversations for hours. To realize this they called us for interrogation during which the RF FSB officer was bringing up the conversation for 3-4 hours about “the fascists coming to political power in Ukraine”, asserting that the Ukrainian people has no right for existence as an independent state, and should be joined to the Russian Federation, that it‘s necessary to kill the Ukrainian patriots who do not understand the great role that Russia plays in the world” and the like nonsense…”.



35-36. Maksym F. (serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 155 days) and Ruslan Sh. (serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 118 days)

“…They constantly threatened to kill us, to shoot through the foot or to cut an ear or a finger. The mentioned threats were accompanied by the pointed demonstration of the fire arms or cold arms…”.



37. Valerii N. (serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine, was held captive for 119 days)

“…At the request of the Russian media representatives (they had corresponding inscriptions on their bulletproof vests) they took the hostages to the frame-up shooting and before this act we were announced that “the people’s power of DPR pardoned the Ukrainian militants-fascists despite all crimes committed by junta regarding people of Donbas”. This scene was video recorded by the Russian journalists…”.



38-39. Mykola V. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 49 days) and Oleksandr P. (serviceman of the Armed forces of Ukraine, was held captive for 48 days)

“…The captives were intimidated to be shot or tortured sadistically. The militants said they would cut out an eye, cut off fingers or a hand, shoot through a leg etc. They threatened to put Ukrainian captives in front of Russian terrorists while assaulting Donetsk airport defended by the Armed Forces of Ukraine…”.




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