Russian officers transfer relatives to “safe” Syria so that they do not fight in Ukraine – GUR

The top military leadership of the armed forces of the Russian Federation does not want to involve their relatives and friends in the so-called “special operation.”

Russian officers transfer relatives to “safe” Syria so that they do not fight in Ukraine / photo facebook.com/mod.mil.rus
Russian officers transfer relatives to “safe” Syria so that they do not fight in Ukraine / photo facebook.com/mod.mil.rus

Russian officers do not want to involve their military relatives in the war in Ukraine.

This was reported by the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.play video

“The top military leadership of the armed forces of the Russian Federation does not want to involve their relatives and friends who serve in the ranks of the Armed Forces to participate in hostilities on the territory of Ukraine. Considering the situation at the front, the generals consider Syria to be a safer place to serve,” the report says. .

The invaders are also trying to keep the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine by creating a new brigade-level military unit on the territory of the Kherson region.

They want to recruit officers there from the officers of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. It doesn’t get approved.

“This causes open dissatisfaction on the part of the “candidates” who refuse a possible business trip and do not want to transport their families close to the combat zone,” the intelligence officers say. 

In the 38th anti-aircraft missile brigade of the RF Armed Forces, more than 26 servicemen of the brigade were fired due to their refusal to participate in the so-called “special operation”. All of them received the entry “traitor to the motherland” in military documents.

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. “Russian officers transfer relatives to “safe” Syria so that they do not fight in Ukraine”

    This brings up a question: How many generals and colonels have pulled every string they have to avoid Ukraine or go to “safe” Syria?

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