When on the battlefield, can the opponent’s medics shoot? What are the reasons?
theoretically, shooting medical soldiers on the battlefield would violate the Geneva Convention. As early as 1864. European countries led by France, Spain and Italy signed the Geneva Convention on improving the situation of the wounded and sick in armed forces in the field in Geneva. The Convention stipulates the neutral status of military hospitals and medical personnel, and the reception and care of wounded and wounded soldiers regardless of their nationality. To put it bluntly, medical soldiers should not be killed. Otherwise, it would be a violation of the Convention….