Russian soldiers are told to fight for Mariupol, but refuse to do so
Russian soldiers who are staying in the camp near Rostov have been announced that they would be fighting for Mariupol in the Ukraine, but refuse to do so. This was stated in the air on Ukrainian “Channel 5" by the head of the organization "Soldiers' Mothers of St. Petersburg" Ella Polyakova.
According to her, bodies of dead soldiers continue arriving to Russia. "The scale of the enormous, among all kinds of troops. Of course, we cannot say how many of them are received, we can only guess. It's a colossal loss. The people who we managed to talk to, who returned from there, told terrible details of what happened there. We wrote a letter to the Investigative Committee of Russia, but still haven't received any answer. The most annoying is that all documents about the deaths are faked and the funerals are held in secrecy. I told it to the Deputy Minister of Defence during yesterday's meeting,” pointed Ella Polyakova.
"Just today, we have received reports about the transportation of more dead bodies to Murmansk and Kostroma. There is also a strange new message, that the people who are kept in the camp near Rostov, can be openly directed to Mariupol, but refuse from it. They were told that their military contracts are annulled and they are considered as militants," she said.