In Donbas you can see the devil up close – said Michał Przedlacki in “Fakty po Faktach”, who documents the war in Ukraine for “Supervisor” TVN. He mentioned a Russian conversation intercepted by Ukrainian intelligence, in which “one Russian commander tells the other over a walkie-talkie: throw 40 more disposables here, throw 50 disposables there”. – We are talking about people, we are talking about Russian soldiers – explained the reporter.
Michał Przedlacki, reporter and author of a series of reports from a war-ridden one Ukraine for “Superwizjera” TVN, including the document “Donbas Hell”. said on Sunday in “Fakty po Faktach” on TVN24 that “in Donbas you can see the devil up close. “
– Because this devil is coming in a very concentrated way. I am talking here about Russiansabout the Russian army on what could be said to be a small territory compared to how the Russians were spread over the country before – he explained. As he said, “this is the devil that bombards civilian facilities, hospitals, schools”.
Przedlacki about “throwing” by the Russians “one-offs”. This is what “commanders call conscripts”
– I also documented the most important struggles in Donbas, including this fight for the crossing on the river Siewierski Donets. Where the Russians lost the 6th tank regiment and nearly a thousand, in quotation marks, soldiers – said Przedlacki. – I saw the data intercepted by Ukrainian intelligence from their communications, where one Russian commander tells the other through the walkie-talkie: throw 40 more disposables here, throw 50 disposables there – he added.
He explained that “we are talking about people, we are talking about Russian soldiers.” – This is how commanders call conscripts in Russia, as well as those often by force conscripted into the Russian army, soldiers from two “republics” (…) Donetsk and Luhansk – added the reporter.
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