Captive occupier reveals Putin’s plans to invade Ukraine (video)

Violetta Orlova 06:45, 03.03.22 UNIAN

The column of equipment in which the occupier’s unit was moving was broken.

The Ukrainian military captured the Russian occupier Dmitry Shishkanov, deputy battalion commander of unit 12676. He revealed Putin’s plans for Ukraine.

The occupier said that the Russian troops had been promised that they would return from Ukraine by March 2 or 3. During this period, the Russian president obviously expected to seize our country.

“We were told by March 2 or 3,” Shishkanov said.

Journalist Andriy Tsaplienko drew attention to an interesting point: the military unit where the captured prisoner serves is the 126th separate Horlivka twice Red Banner Order of the Suvorov Coast Guard Brigade. 

The same one, which is located in the village of Perevalne in the Crimea, and which was based on traitors from the 36th Brigade of the Coast Guard of the Armed Forces, who sided with Russia in 2014.


  1. We now have the 3rd of March and the are is nowhere near the end. If this is true, what the Russian captive is saying, then this will NOT add anything positive to their already low morale. This is good for Ukraine.

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