Russians leave soldiers who criticise conditions in army on front line
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The Russian military command has refused to withdraw marines from the 155th Special Guards Brigade of the Russian Federation from the front after they complained to the governor of the Primorsky Krai that they were thrown into an “incomprehensible offensive” on the front line and suffered significant casualties suffered .
Source: Mediazona news agency
Details: The Russian military complained that the brigade had lost about 300 killed, wounded and missing and 50% of equipment in just 4 days as a result of the "inexplicable offensive" on Pavlivka, Donetsk Oblast.
Oleg Kozhemyako, the governor of Primorsky Krai, has instructed the prosecutor's office to verify the information, but did not rule out that "this is a hoax produced by the enemy."
Subsequently, the governor released a video in which Russian soldiers said that the fighting was really fierce and there were casualties, but "everything was fine."
After that, a Russian soldier from the 155th Brigade contacted the news agency again and said that the troops in the captured Pavlivka were left behind and the others were taken to the rear.
According to Mediazona's source, after conquering Pavlivka, the occupiers were mentally depressed as there were many dead.
After that, the Russian command decided to withdraw the brigade from Pavlivka. But it turned out that not all would be withdrawn: those who were outraged and expressed dissatisfaction would remain at the front.
"In a word, we are still feeling the consequences of the letter [i.e. their complaint – ed.]. They are not taking any consequences but punishing [us]. I think they are completely 'wiping out' all those who do. do not want to agree, and during hostilities this is not a problem and quite simple," concluded the Russian military officer.
On November 22, it was reported that a mobilized soldier from the Altai Krai of the Russian Federation with the callsign "Yandex" complained that he had to buy uniforms from his own funds and that they could not organize training for the conscripts for three weeks, and then they recorded a video with apologies and words of thanks for the order.
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