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 Russian soldier deserts from militant troops in Donbas

Amid lack of motivation for further participation in Russia's armed aggression against Ukraine and deeper financial and social welfare problems, the number cases of deserting from rebel troops (the so-called 1st Army Corps, Donetsk) of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation has increased.

This was announced by the press service of the Main Intelligence Department of the Defense Ministry of Ukraine, Censor.NET informs.

"On June 23, the so-called 'border service of "DPR" ' detained a soldier of the 9th separate assault motorized rifle regiment of marine infantry (Novoazovsk) Mosyakov, who left his unit without authorization and attempted to enter the Russian Federation," the MID noted.

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As reported on June 22, increased losses amid personnel caused 85 career soldiers of the Russian army and seven soldiers of the separate motorized rifle brigade (Debaltseve) of the 2nd Army Corps of the Russian Federation Armed Forces to submit resignation statements.

 
 
 
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