The Russian command uses the families of the occupiers as hostages - intelligence
In the western military district of the Russian Federation, the families of officers fighting in Ukraine were forbidden to leave the country. If the occupiers refuse to fight in Ukraine, their wives and children are threatened with relocation to the depressed regions of Russia's far east.
This was announced by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine on Monday, May 30.
Thus, the command of the Western Military District has already ordered the forcible eviction of several families of servicemen of the 332nd Separate Helicopter Regiment of the 6th Air Force and Air Defense.
As it turned out, the wives of the helicopters decided to rest abroad while their husbands fired missiles and bombs at the civilian population of Ukraine in the Slobozhansky direction.
The Military Intelligence of Ukraine also published a list of war criminals - servicemen of the helicopter squadron of the 332nd separate helicopter regiment of the 6th Army of the Air Force and Air Defense of the Western Military District (unit 12633, Pushkin Airport, St. Petersburg).
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