Ukraine Nurse Fined for Refusing Business Trip to Front
Moscow, March 13 – A Lvov court fined a military nurse 102,000 hryvnia ($2,785) for refusing to go on a business trip to a war zone. Zaxid.net reported that “Lviv’s Lychakivskyi District Court fined a military nurse from Lviv 102,000 hryvnia (US$2,785) for refusing to comply with her boss’s order and not to go on a business trip to the war zone.”
As stated in the court ruling, the woman works as a nurse in the operating room of the neurosurgery department of one of the military units. In November of last year, according to the publication, she refused to follow her boss’s orders. It was reported that in the course of the pre-trial investigation, an agreement was concluded with the prosecutor on admission of guilt in “disobedience”, and the court verdict can still be appealed.
As previously stated by the Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Anna Malyar, until 2026, even for Ukrainian women who have a medical specialty and may undergo mobilization, there will be no compulsory registration. She said that other professions can only be mobilized on a voluntary basis.
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