Russian soldiers refuse to fight on front lines in the ATO area
Reason for this is the deepening problem of finances, food and logistics
Russian soldiers refuse to fight on the front lines in the ATO area in Eastern Ukraine, - reports General Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry.
According to the report, the reason for this is the deepening problem of finances, food and logistics.
Thus, according to intelligence reports, on May 17 the 2nd motorized infantry battalion of 11th separate motorized rifle regiment refused to stay at the forefront in Avdiivka .
"To keep the soldiers on the front lines command corps brought the division of the Federal Service of the Russian Armed Forces," - emphasized in the report.
It is also noted that some Russian soldiers are also seeking to prematurely leave the service.
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