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 Russian invaders in Donbas resign en masse as their morale aggravates, - Defense Intelligence

The spirits of the Russian occupants in the Donbas continue to embitter.

"The morale of the Russian occupants of the 1st (Donetsk) and 2nd (Luhansk) Army Corps of the Russian Armed Forces in the Donbas continue to embitter due to loss of motivation to participate in Russia's armed aggression against Ukraine and deepening of problems with finance, food and logistics," Censor.NET informs citing the report of the Defense Intelligence press service.

"On May 12, the entire staff of the 5th Motorized Infantry Company led by company commander of the 2nd Infantry Battalion of the 9th Separate Assault Motorized Rifle Regiment of Marines (Novoazovsk) of the 1st Army Corps submitted reports on dismissal from military service. When commander of the regiment Colonel Bondarev tried to prevent dismissal and threatened to file the dismissed soldiers as "discredited", he was beaten by his subordinates. To elucidate the causes of mass dismissals of servicemen and improve the situation, deputy corps commander for work with personnel arrived to the regiment," the intelligence reports.

"Five soldiers of the 3d Infantry Battalion, two soldiers of the Mortar Battery and four troops of the Company of the 7th Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade (Debaltseve) of the 2nd Army Corps abandoned combat duty and wrote reports on dismissal on May 11-13," the report reads.

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Military intelligence also informs about disturbance among the military of the 7th Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade caused by another money extortion "to purchase paint for renovation of camouflage of combat vehicles" and a gift to the commander of the Corps of Major General Yevgeniy Nikiforov due to his return to Russia.


 
 
 
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