In Donbas, an occupant was blown up by a high-explosive bomb while moving in a convoy of 30 cars.
The wife of the Russian invader who died in Ukraine , machine gunner Maxim Meshcheryakov, Dasha, complained that the state had not yet paid her the promised 5 million allowance.
This is stated in the material of the Novaya Gazeta “Grave in the front row.”
Meshcheryakov served in the army, worked for a year in the OMON, then worked at various enterprises as a driver.
After five years of such work, Meshcheryakov divorced his wife. The couple have a son.
“Well, why (divorced – ed.). Quarrels, scandals … After the divorce, he left for Serpukhov temporarily. His grandmother stayed there. Then he decided that, since he was allegedly without a family, he would go there [to Ukraine] to earn money. I went to the military registration and enlistment office. Apparently, I went there more than once, as I understand it, but throughout March. That’s how volunteers were allowed to be attracted, “explains the wife.
When Dasha did see her husband, he admitted that he was joining the occupiers.
“Have you thought about the child? He is two years old. And if something goes wrong? You are wounded somehow unsuccessfully? Or will they not pay you at all? … Posthumously, Maxim received 75 thousand. But this money is in his account, I can’t take them off yet. He signed the contract on April 14, died on May 12. That is, he was two days short of an exact month.” – the Russian woman recalls.
In Donbas, an occupant was blown up by a high-explosive bomb while moving in a convoy of 30 cars. But he told his wife already from Rostov that he had received a bullet wound in the back.
“I only know that the car that blew up first blew up once, it was thrown back, and then it blew up on the second land mine,” the heroine said.
The occupier died in the hospital. The funeral, according to the woman, was organized by the authorities themselves: “He was buried in military uniform, with flags, with salutes. That’s what all this window dressing was for? … Maxim does not look like himself, the coffin turned out to be a little small for him.”
Later, the Russian woman learned from the authorities that Maxim’s contract does not provide for insurance from the state, therefore the military pension for the loss of a breadwinner is not due to her son.
“Are you saying that you sent a person to a “special operation” and did not insure him?” The military commissariat hangs up. Or he says: “He went there himself,” the woman retells the conversation.
The Russian woman added that her husband just wanted to allegedly earn extra money in the war.