Russia gives soldiers Viagra so they can rape Ukrainians, says UN official

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Pramila Patten is the The United Nations special representative on sexual violence in conflict and who informed the world of the over 100 Ukrainians women who testify before their government about their encounters with the Russians claiming that they were raped by Russians.

Rape as a military strategy

Patten asserts that Russia uses rape as a military strategy as they try to expand in Ukraine, and the proof is in the administration of sexual performance drugs.

“When you hear women testifying about Russian soldiers being fitted with Viagra, it’s clearly a military strategy.”

Patten also claims the UN has verified “over a hundred cases” of rape or different types of sexual assault since the war began in February.

Girls, boys, men and women raped, officials say

The UN official says the main victims were girls and women, but there were reports that boys and men were also raped.

War crimes were committed according to officials

Last month, the top headquarters of the organization’s Independent International Commission of Inquiry into Ukraine wrote that Russian soldiers had committed rampant war crimes against civilian non-combatants, those crimes envisioning unlawful detention, torture and rape.

Patten said that in some cases, family members of victims who were raped were forced to watch how Russian soldiers performed the acts.

“Reported cases are just the tip of the iceberg,” Patten told media, “the numbers will never reflect reality because sexual violence is a silent crime.”

As expected, the Russian government has denied all allegations of war crimes.

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