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Olympic vice-champion says what was in the pockets of dead Russian soldiers who attacked Ukraine

Maksym InshakovSport
The famous athlete made a frank confession

Parviz Nasibov, a Ukrainian Greco-Roman wrestler, shared stories of his friends who serve in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. They described what was happening in the temporarily occupied part of Zaporizhzhia region.

"The military found gold teeth in the pockets of dead Russian soldiers. Russians are doing some inhuman things. I have only hatred for this people. Nothing can surprise me much anymore. I just want it to be over as soon as possible. I want every soldier to come home," NV quoted Nasibov as saying.

Olympic vice-champion says what was in the pockets of dead Russian soldiers who attacked Ukraine

We would like to remind you that Parviz Nasibov won a silver medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. In the final of the 67 kg weight category, our compatriot lost to Iranian representative Mohammadreza Gerai 1-9.

Olympic vice-champion says what was in the pockets of dead Russian soldiers who attacked Ukraine

As OBOZ.UA reported, Russian occupation forces have intensified shelling of Zaporizhzhia region in recent days. Only the day before, the invaders struck more than 600 times at 11 settlements in the region.

Olympic vice-champion says what was in the pockets of dead Russian soldiers who attacked Ukraine

In one of the villages, they hit a private house, injuring two people.

On February 14, the Ukrainian Armed Forces eliminated an enemy FPV drone operator with the call sign "Astap" in the Zaporizhzhia sector. The occupier not only took an active part in the hostilities in Ukraine, but also boasted online about "hunting Nazis".

Olympic vice-champion says what was in the pockets of dead Russian soldiers who attacked Ukraine

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