Russian prisoners sent to factory to build tanks

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250 convicts sentenced to hard labor serving their sentences in Nizhny Tagil are employed at UralVagonZavod, the largest tank factory [in the world - ed.].
Source: Press Service of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Sverdlovsk Oblast (Russia); Important Stories, a Russian independent investigative media company
Details: It is noted that the inmates will work as machine tool operators, drillers, lathe operators, milling cutters, grinders, electric welders, mechanics and crane operators.
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The media state that the prisoners are doing relief work and have no access to classified information.
Reference: Uralvagonzavod is the only factory in Russia producing T-72 and T-90 tanks. After the start of the war, production was switched to three-shift operation and in August the factory began to work around the clock.
As a reminder, earlier the head of Rostec (Uralvagonzavod's parent company) said that the plant's employees work "in three or four shifts": up to 40% of Russian tanks were destroyed in the war with Ukraine.
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