Legal Protection for Medical Personnel as a Result of the Ukrainian War with Russia
A country will certainly take various ways to defend its sovereignty, in this case conflicts often occur between countries, the worst of which is war. The conflict between Ukraine and Russia has emerged in February 2022, where the war has claimed many victims, especially Ukrainian citizens. As with armed conflicts and wars that have happened before, in every war there are still protocols that must be obeyed. The war between Russia and Ukraine not only killed lives but also had an impact on the economy and other fields. In this case the government must also be present to provide medical assistance in war. Medical assistance is crucial in war because it is a supporting subject. However, their rights as medical personnel are often neglected. This research will discuss Legal Protection for Medical Personnel as a Result of the War between Russia and Ukraine.
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