Ukrainian General has send strong warning to Vladimir Putin, noting that Russian soldiers have become ‘Dog Food’ as corpses litter Ukraine’s streets.
- General Dmytro Marchenko is leading the defence of Mykolaiv, a strategically important Ukrainian city, and has vowed that any invading Russian troops will become ‘dog food’ eaten in the streets by strays
EKO HOT BLOG reports that Ukrainian general, Dmytro Marchenko, Friday, said dead Russian soldiers have become ‘dog food’ with their corpses abandoned in the streets being eaten by strays.
Russian forces are encircling the city of Mykolaiv, a major Black Sea shipbuilding centre and key strategic target for the Kremlin.
But the Ukrainian general who is leading the defence of the city has warned that any attacking troops will end up as more food for stray dogs in the streets.
General Dmytro Marchenko is in charge of the garrison in Mykolaiv and has vowed that for each Ukrainian civilian who dies, he and his men will kill ten Russians.
One Russian attack has already been repelled and the general claimed the streets are littered with Russian dead.
Speaking to newsmen, he said: “It’s unpleasant to say this, but their corpses are food for stray dogs.
We’re not able to retrieve them because of continuing Russian fire in those areas.”
He added because of a “vast amount of intelligence” a lot of which was from the US, they can see the faces of the Russian soldiers in photos, including end even when they “go for a p***”.
He said: “We guarantee we won’t shoot any Russian soldiers who give up.
Also, we guarantee that no harm will come to Russian tank crews if they come toward our lines with their main guns turned away from us.
“If they have committed crimes, they will be tried but they will be alive. The rest of them will become dog food.”
Ukraine’s military said it is fighting “fierce battles” with invading Russian forces on the edge of the city.
Marchenko told newsmen that they were slowly wearing down Russian troops attacking the city.
He said: “We fight them day and night, we don’t let them sleep. They get up in the morning disoriented, tired. Their moral psychological state is simply broken.”
Whilst Ukrainian forces are still in control of the city, it remains under very heavy bombardment from Russian aircraft and artillery.
Several fires in residential areas, caused by Russian rockets, have had to been put out, according to city authorities.
Marchenko’s comrade, Colonel Sviatoslav Stetsenko, has vowed that his troops will fight to the death to defend their city.
Even though Stetsenko retired from the military in 2010, he re-enlisted after Russia invaded.
As a young soldier, Stetsenko. 56, once served in the Soviet military and marched alongside many of the current generations of Russian commanders.
“They are now my enemy,” he told the New York Times. “And each one of them who comes here with arms, who comes here as an invader, I will do everything I can to ensure that he remains as fertiliser for our land.”
This all comes as the Russian invasion continues into its third week, with the last few days seeing barbaric bombings of children and maternity hospitals in Mariupol.
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