"The task is yours, do as you wish": commanders forced Russian marines to cross the Dnipro without boats, they drowned. Audio
Russian commanders forced the Russian marines to cross the Dnipro without any boats. But the task was failed because the occupiers simply drowned.
This was reported by OBOZ.UA, citing information from the Ukrainian military. Thus, our defenders caught the phone of the occupier from the Russian Marine Corps together with his corpse in the Dnipro river in Kherson region (to listen to the audio, scroll to the bottom of the page).
It turned out that it was Alexander Budnikov, born in 1992. He was originally from Stavropol, but came to Ukraine to fight. However, he didn't do it for long, because he lost his life, and it was so senseless.
The fact is that some interesting correspondence was found in his phone. As it turned out, the commanders forced him and other marines to cross the Dnipro without boats.
In the voice messages, the commander scolds the occupiers that they are "afraid to get their asses wet" in a "20-meter river," so they ask for some kind of watercraft or a crossing.
"Take immediate action and fulfill the task, if you are waiting for some uncle to bring you some trough on which a monkey will swim to the other side, it will not happen. Your neighbors (other units of the Russian Federation - Ed.) to your left and right don't give a flying fuck about anything either. The task is yours, do as you wish," the occupier commander shouts.
Judging by the fact that this phone and the body of the marine were caught by Ukrainian defenders, the "monkey" and his ilk still agreed to fulfill the tasks of the autocrat who leads the occupiers.
On October 20, the AP reported that their journalists accompanied the Ukrainian Marines during their landing operation on the left bank of the Kherson region. The enemy positions were pushed back from the first line due to the effective work of the Defense Forces.
As soon as the marines landed on the left bank, they launched reconnaissance drones to assess the situation in the radius of possible collision with the enemy.
The Institute for the Study of War claims that Ukrainian soldiers carried out a large-scale ground operation and established their presence on the eastern bank of the Dnipro. The ISW said that the Ukrainian Armed Forces allegedly advanced to northeastern Krynky, 27 km east of Kherson and 2 km from the Dnipro River.