Didn’t wash for half a year: Ukrainian fighters captured a man mobilized from Russia hiding in the cellar


Didn’t wash for half a year: Ukrainian fighters captured a man mobilized from Russia hiding in the cellar

Russia, in order to continue the war against Ukraine, mobilizes far from the most educated citizens into its army. And even after some of the mobilized have been in Ukraine, in particular in captivity, their zombification takes precedence over common sense.

The Russian mobilized Alexander Anisimov, who was born on July 11, 1987, was captured by the Ukrainian military, writes Channel 24 . He was mobilized into the Russian army on September 22, 2022 from the village of Rogovatoe in the Belgorod region.

The occupier was mobilized and after 2 days he was at the front

The mobilized was told that he would go to guard the border, but two days later, on September 24, he was in Terny in Ukraine. On the same day, the mobilized man came under fire from the Defense Forces of Ukraine and was wounded in the stomach.

A mobilized Russian who has been hiding in a cellar since October: video

The occupant found the cellar of Ukrainians, in which he was found on March 13, 2023. Moreover, the Defense Forces of Ukraine liberated Terny back in October, and all this time the Russian was in the Ukrainian rear.

He said that all this time he did nothing – neither washed nor read, but ate spins. The prisoner noted that he had a pregnant wife and a 13-year-old son in Russia, as well as a mother whom he was caring for. He did not refuse to join the army, because he was allegedly afraid of going to prison.

The whole conversation of the mobilized demonstrates that even when the war ends, and if a new one begins, the Russians have not understood anything and will go to die again because of someone's painful ambitions.

In Russia, subpoenas are being massively distributed again

  • Covert mobilization has continued in Russia since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine. But against the background of insane losses in September 2022, Vladimir Putin had to announce the so-called partial mobilization.
  • In 2023, Russia will suffer even greater losses due to setbacks in eastern Ukraine. Therefore, in many regions of Russia, a new wave of mobilization began, which the Kremlin did not officially announce.
  • The military of 35 regions of Russia send out subpoenas to local residents. Summons are sent out even in Moscow, St. Petersburg, the Moscow region and the Leningrad region.

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