Founder of the private military company (PMC) «Wagner» Yevgeny Prigozhin asked the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation to check the Luhansk morgue for a delay in the issuance of the bodies of the dead invaders. His comment in response to a question from Nakanune was published by the press service of the Concord company.
Prigozhin said that during the New Year holidays he met with the Russian military on the front line, with the wounded, and also “with those who ended the contract for two reasons: the first – was left without legs, without arms, and the second – died. According to him, those who have to issue documents for the dead “have been resting since the beginning of the war.”
“For many of them, a dead soldier is an inanimate thing in a plastic bag, so in the Lugansk morgue we are faced with a complete misunderstanding,” he said.
The founder of the PMC accused the “near-medical cleansers” of issuing death documents for several months, and added that he had applied several times for this on occasion to the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.
“I also wrote a statement to the Ministry of Internal Affairs with a request to check possible facts of sabotage and negligence in working with the dead by the Luhansk morgue,” Prigozhin said.