The occupant called the family from captivity, and it turned out that he interfered with the feast
The captured Russian occupier called his family, but, as it turned out, he interfered with their feast. The drunken relatives promised to "raise half of Yaroslavl" to help him.
The prisoner was interviewed as part of the I Want to Live project. A fragment of a video in which the Russian army soldier called home went viral.
In particular, the occupier contacted his sister via video, but found her drinking alcohol
"Are you drinking, or what?" he wondered.
"No, it's a martini ," the drunken relative replied.
Her "drinking buddy" noticed that the captured occupier looked upset and offered to help, promising to raise "half of Yaroslavl."
"If you need any help, call me , ask the guys. I will help you, I will gather the whole village here, I will gather half of Yaroslavl," the Russian said.
As OBOZ.UA reported, another captured occupier complained about the inhumane conditions of service in the Russian army. According to him, he repeatedly escaped, hiding for four months, but was found, beaten and intimidated.