He noted that forced mobilization is taking place in Mykolaiv, Odessa and Kherson regions.

"Those who do not want to fight with their Russian brothers are imprisoned. We know about the formation of a real concentration camp in the Odessa region, where people are kept in prison conditions for not wanting to take up arms," Barbashov told RIA Novosti.

According to him, people are kept in difficult conditions: prisoners are poorly fed and in fact torture forced to go to war against Russia. Barbashov focused on the fact that people are sent to the front line unprepared, and they survive a maximum of a day.

"In fact, all these areas have been turned into a huge concentration camp, where the entire male population is counted and doomed to certain death, being thrown against the forces of the Russian Federation, so that their relatives will forever retain hatred, accusing Russia of their death," he concluded.

Earlier, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó said that forced mobilization into the Ukrainian army violates human rights.

At the same time, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov noted that the plan for general mobilization in Ukraine has not yet been implemented.

Martial law and general mobilization were extended in Ukraine for another 90 days from February 19.