"We lived in tents in the middle of the field, surrounded by mud and cold": the captured occupant spoke about the conditions in the army of the Russian Federation. Video
Alexey Sinitskiy, a captured occupier, spoke about the conditions in the Russian army. According to him, mobilized Russians live in tents, surrounded by mud and cold.
He said this during interrogation. The corresponding video is at the disposal of OBOZREVATEL.
The occupier said that he was given the summons right at work.
On the third day after the conscripts were brought to Ukraine, the occupiers came under fire from Grad rockets. That day their unit already had its first losses.
"I wondered what they died for," the occupier complains.
According to him, the conditions in the field camp were terrible.
"At first, we lived in tents in the middle of the field, we were thrown out in the middle of the field and that's how we lived... in tents, in huts, whatever people could build..." he said.
The occupier surrendered to the Ukrainian defenders himself.
"I was lying in a dugout with a concussion. I heard the military coming and shooting. I told them, "Guys, don't shoot, I surrender," they said to take off my armor, put down my assault rifle and come out, so I did that and they took me further," he said.
As a reminder, Klim Berdniguryaev, a captured Russian occupier from the Republic of Kalmykia, complained that he was allegedly forced to sign a contract with the Russian Armed Forces. After his release from prison, the military enlistment office gave him an ultimatum: either he goes to war in Ukraine or he is planted with drugs and put back in prison.
Another captured occupier said that his comrades told him how good it was to fight under a contract, so he signed it the next day without thinking twice.