Russia has accused Ukraine of selling human organs on the black market and that “NATO countries” had agreed with Kyiv over the “delivery” of “body parts.”
Kremlin spokeswoman Maria Zakharova claimed that Ukraine are harvesting human organs from their soldiers who have been killed in the war and also from those who are alive and also from children.
Zakharova has claimed that Ukraine has clients in the EU and NATO countries who are paying for children’s organs, around £21,000 for hearts and for kidneys £11,000.
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She also claimed that Ukraine has been removing organs from dead bodies illegally since the late 1990s, which apparently got far worse since 2014.
“It has long been known that Ukraine has become one of the world leaders of black transplantology,” she wrote on Telegram.
Providing no evidence, she said, “There is evidence.
“that in June 2023, representatives of the Ministry of Health of one of the NATO countries agreed with the Ukrainian side on the delivery of a refrigerated wagon with human organs and body parts, which are most often used in transplantology.
“These are eye corneas, some bones, connective tissues, hearts and livers.”