Ukraine POWs’ Wives to Newsmax: Red Cross Has Not Been In Russia’s Prisons

The wives of two Ukrainian prisoners of war, both captured during the Russian siege at the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, tell Newsmax’s Greta Van Susteren they are concerned that the Red Cross has not been able to observe the conditions under which Russia is holding those who are captured.

Yulia Fedosiuk, whose husband is still being held, and Kateryna Prokopenko, whose husband was released in the high-profile prisoner swap last week, said in the interview, aired Monday night on Newsmax’s “The Record With Greta Van Susteren,” they are concerned about the fate of the Ukrainian prisoners of war because of the reports of their mistreatment at the hands of the Russians.

Fedosiuk said she does not know exactly where her husband is because “we have no contact with them.”

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