Odessa OVA: the Russian army is forced to frequently rotate due to the low morale of soldiers

Up to 40% of Russians returning alive from Ukraine refuse to return to the war zone.

The Nazi occupier said that Ukraine should be wiped off the face of the Earth / photo facebook.com/mod.mil.rus
The Nazi occupier said that Ukraine should be wiped off the face of the Earth / photo facebook.com/mod.mil.rus

The occupying army is forced to rotate frequently due to the low moral and psychological state of its soldiers.

This was stated by the head of the Odessa Regional Military Administration Maxim Marchenko.play video

“According to the available information, the high level of exhaustion of the forces of the personnel and the low morale and psychological state makes the occupiers carry out frequent rotations. At the same time, from 30 to 40% of the occupiers who return alive from Ukraine refuse to return to the combat zone,” Marchenko said.

Because of this, according to him, the Russian authorities are forced to send “fresh unfired” units into battle, which, after meetings with fighters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, also quickly lose their combat potential.

“At this rate, the occupiers will very quickly deplete their” second army of the world “, – says the head of the UVA.

As UNIAN reported, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, since February 24, about 30,850 Russian invaders have been liquidated in Ukraine.

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

    • Some approximations are called for here. Perhaps out of every 100 orcs sent to the Ukrainian meatgrinder, say 10% die and 20% are injured. That leaves 70 and 30 of them refuse to return. So out of every 100 on rotation, 40 may return. So do that every month and after 3 months those 300 turn into 120 and those numbers will even decrease over time due to meatgrinder fatigue…I would imagine similar numbers can be attributed to trucks and weaponry too.

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