Russian troops are “rioting” and are “refusing to participate in hostilities” as Ukraine’s counteroffensive is gathering pace.
In an update the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine wrote, “In the area of the settlement of Kherson, servicemen of the 127th regiment of the 1st army corps rioted and wrote a letter refusing to participate in hostilities.
“It is known that one of the reasons is unsatisfactory all-round support: in the advanced positions, the personnel of this regiment was left even without water.”
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They added, “Some of the servicemen were taken away by enemy counterintelligence representatives, their further fate is unknown.”
Vladimir Putin is facing a major rebellion from his troops as the so called Luhansk People’s Republic are complaining they are not getting the same treatment as the Russian Army.
Soldiers of the 2nd Army Corps have said that they are not receiving the same financial allowances and medical care as their Russian counterparts.
Ukraine’s General Staff said, “Once again, servicemen of the 2nd Army Corps note the discrimination of their status in comparison with the Russian military.
“The personnel of the units of the said army corps do not receive certain declared allowances, unlike Russian troops in other military units.
“In addition, there is no quality medical care.
“All this significantly affects the deterioration of the moral and psychological state of the personnel.”