Nurse of Ukraine's National Guard detained in occupied Donetsk

She is a civilian servant and therefore has no access to state or military secrets, - National Guard’s press service

12:22, 11 January 2017

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A nurse working for the National Guard of Ukraine was detained by the so-called ‘police’ of the self-styled Donetsk People’s Republic. The incident took place in the occupied Donetsk on January 8. National Guard’s press service reported that on Wednesday.

The agency says that the nurse who worked at the first aid post of 3057 military unit in Mariupol, Donetsk region, failed to get to work on January 8; no one could find her, until her son told the unit’s administration that she was detained by the ‘DPR police’ in Donetsk.

The National Guard press service said that the nurse did not work for the military; she was a civil servant and had no access to state or military secrets. On January 10, he was fired due to the labor misconduct and going to the occupied territory. No negotiations on her release took place so far, press officer Ruslan Muzychuk said.

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