Russian soldiers have openly apologised to Ukraine and are hunting around for Ukrainian ammunition.
- One of the soldiers that was captured, Galkin Sergey Alekseevich, went on to apologise for Russia’s action in Ukraine.
EKO HOT BLOG reports that morale has dropped so low within Putin’s army that troops have sincerely apologised to Ukraine and have started shooting themselves in the leg to escape the brutal war.
The soldiers, some of whom were conscripted into fighting, appear to be growing weary of war after three weeks of brutal fighting, with as many as 7,000 Russians killed so far.
With harsh punishments awaiting anyone who deserts their posts back home, some appear to have started taking extreme measures to ensure a quick route home.
According to the Belarusian media outlet NEXTA , some of Putin’s men are looking for Ukrainian ammunition so they can shoot themselves in the leg, to not raise eyebrows.
In intercepted audio from a man calling his mother back home, he is heard saying they are searching for 7.62 bullets fired by their enemies, rather than 5.62 ammo fired by their Russian AK-74s.
Clearly desperate to escape the battlefield of Ukraine, he explained he cannot just go home as those who refuse Putin face prison sentences of around eight years.
In another intercepted conversation made public last weekend, a Russian soldier is heard saying: “They’ve been shooting at us for 14 days. We’re scared. We’re stealing food, breaking into houses. We’re killing civilians.
“Russian officers shoot themselves in the legs to go home. There are corpses everywhere. They collected eight wagons of cargo 200.”
More than 14,000 Russians are believed to have been injured in the fighting, with around half-killed as they fight Vladimir Putin’s war.
One of the soldiers that was captured, Galkin Sergey Alekseevich, went on to apologise for Russia’s action in Ukraine.
He said: “I apologise for myself, for my squad to every home to every street to every citizen of Ukraine, to the elderly, to women, to children for our invasion of these lands.
“I gravely apologise for our treacherous invasion.”
Alekseevich, 34, went on to beg Russian forces to lay down their arms and urged Putin to “stop sending soldiers” to kill in Ukraine.
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