Russian invaders shoot nearly two dozen of their own cars in Zaporizhzhya Oblast to avoid going to the front

9 May, 04:57 PM
The Russian military shot about 20 of their cars in the town of Polohy in southern Ukraine (Photo:General Staff)

The Russian military shot about 20 of their cars in the town of Polohy in southern Ukraine (Photo:General Staff)

In the town of Polohy in Zaporizhzhya Oblast, Russian invaders shot about 20 of their cars in order to avoid being sent to the front lines, the press service of the regional military administration said in an update on Telegram on May 9.

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The occupiers allegedly accused representatives of the resistance movement in the temporarily occupied territory of the oblast of the shooting.

According to the Zaporizhzhya Oblast Military Administration, the morale and psychological condition of the invaders remain low, with systematic abuse of alcohol and desertion.

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Russian units are reportedly complaining about the ineffectiveness of their attacks on the positions of the Ukrainian defense forces of Zaporizhzhya Oblast near the town of Huliaipole.

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