"Recruits from the Russian Federation now come by the dozens": the Russian Volunteer Corps (RVC) has established the process of legal entry of Russians into Ukraine. Photo
Another group of Russian recruits has arrived in Ukraine to join the ranks of the Russian Volunteer Corps. The organization has established a legal entry process, so they can now join by the dozens.
This was reported in the RVC Telegram. Members of the Corps showed the passports of the new volunteers, and there are at least 20 of them in the photo.
As a reminder, in August, the RDC called on the Wagnerites to side with Ukraine and take revenge for the "execution" of their PMC founder Yevgeny Prigozhin. They clarified that they were inviting those Wagnerites who had not committed war crimes on the territory of Ukraine to join their ranks. They promised them security and decent conditions.
In early September, the RDC fighters conducted a new raid on the territory of the aggressor country, Russia. They inflicted losses on the occupiers. According to the fighters, the losses of the Russian army included one killed and a dozen wounded FSB officers.
Prior to that, the corps' fighters took part in a raid in the Bryansk region, which resulted in the "minus" of two enemy security forces. Representatives of the RDC took responsibility for the elimination of two FSB officers.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, on August 22, the Russian Volunteer Corps celebrated the first anniversary of its creation. During this time, the legion has grown from one car to assault groups. The RVC fighters have received equipment, recruits, bases and artillery