The Russian occupier surrendered along with the tank so that he would not be shot by the commander: photo
The occupier complained that he had no food left.
The Russian occupiers began to surrender along with military equipment. This was announced by Adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs Viktor Andrusiv.
Andrusiv noted that this already shows the final breakdown of the Russian occupation army.
"For several weeks now, the National Police has identified phones used by Russians. These are Ukrainian numbers. We regularly send text messages on these phones on how to surrender and surrender equipment. A few days ago, Misha called us. We passed information about him to the GUR MO. He was assigned a place to approach. "He could not return home because the commander said he was shooting and writing off the casualties. Misha said that there was almost nothing left, the command of the troops was chaotic and practically absent. The demoralization is enormous,"
The adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs added that the occupier will receive 10 thousand dollars after the end of the war and the opportunity to apply for citizenship.
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