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The UN did not find the facts of the use of Viagra by the Russian military in Ukraine

MOSCOW, Nov 10 UN Special Representative on Sexual Violence Pramila Patten, who previously accused the Russian military of using Viagra to rape civilians in Ukraine, said in a conversation with pranksters that experts had not yet found relevant evidence, and she herself could not conduct an investigation.
Earlier, Patten said that the Russian army uses medications for sexual violence against civilians in Ukraine. The violence itself is used by Russia as part of a military strategy, she believes.

“As I said before, my role is not to conduct investigations. My office's role is different. I have advocacy powers to provide strategic leadership in the implementation of prevention and response measures,” Patten said in a conversation. with pranksters Vovan and Lexus, who pretended to be the Ukrainian deputy Alexander Merezhko. A recording of their dialogue is posted in the pranksters' Rutube account.

“But when I interacted with the media after returning from Kyiv in May, I mentioned that I received reports from victims and medical services working on the front line, about women and girls being kept in the basements of buildings in Mariupol, gang rapes for several days, about the fact that Russian soldiers are being supplied with Viagra and other drugs,” she added.
When asked if there had been any investigations on this topic, Patten replied that it was not her job to conduct investigations.
“I don't have that authority. I'm sitting in New York, in an office in New York, and I have advocacy powers. The investigation continues to be conducted by the Human Rights Watch Group and the International Commission of Inquiry. In their report there is nothing about Viagra yet. But there are access restrictions, there are security restrictions. There are many cases that are being checked,” she said.
MI Spokesperson For Russia, Maria Zakharova previously stated that Patten's accusations against the Russian army go beyond the bounds of reason, this is a classic “highly like”, but this time at the level of a perverted fantasy.

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