"As you want, so survive!" The occupier complained that he doesn't want to fight in Ukraine. Intercept
In an intercepted conversation, the Russian occupier spoke about the everyday life of the war in Kherson region and complained that he was tired of fighting. He and his fellow soldiers no longer pay attention to the warnings about the Ukrainian Armed Forces' strikes and continue grilling kebabs at their positions as if nothing had happened.
The July 16 interception was released by the press service of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry. On the recording, a Russian military officer from the Krasnoyarsk region said that the occupiers are suffering heavy losses near the Antonovsky bridge (to listen, scroll to the end of the news).
"There's f***ing b****ch. There's f**k on this Antonovsky bridge, direction. We can't get them out, ours and theirs, ours mostly. All the boys are in the air, all rotting, we can't get this boy out for three weeks, a fellow countryman from Krasnoyarsk. Putin, God give him health, maybe it's a tactical trick, b***h, apparently," he said.
The occupier also complained that from his positions, Russian troops are hitting Kherson, resulting in the arrival of "retaliation".
"Here ours began to chisel, to drive up to us, to our positions, and from us to chisel. They fired once, once, once on the tracks, 5-10 shots and then they s***ed off. They go off at once, but we stay. And these (AFU. - Ed.) start looking for a way out. Now we have all this technology and equipment. You can hear in the air where the exit came from. And we are sitting here in the forest, we can't go anywhere," complained the Russian military man.
The occupier added that he was fed up with the war and he and his fellow soldiers are grilling kebabs at the positions despite warnings about the threat from the air:
"Survive as you wish. I'm sick of this war, they shout "air-to-air" over the radio, I don't pay attention. We are sitting further, p****m, grilling kebabs. Here again the exit now, somewhere will fly. Quietly you hear "puff" on the other side, and this "puff" comes here "bang".
As reported OBOZREVATEL:
- An occupant fighting in the Avdiivka direction complained that in the Russian army soldiers are not considered human beings and are sent "purely for slaughter." He told about the heavy losses of the 9th Assault Regiment of the Russian Armed Forces Marines.
- The Russian military started killing each other on a nervous basis. In one of the intercepts, the occupier, who is in the Kharkiv region, told about a "colleague" who opened fire on his fellow soldiers.