“Lost” Russian soldier detained in Kharkiv region

The detainee signed a contract with the Russian army on September 6, and a day later his unit was defeated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

In the Kharkiv region, a Russian military was detained / photo by the press service of the State Bureau of Investigation
In the Kharkiv region, a Russian military was detained / photo by the press service of the State Bureau of Investigation

The State Bureau of Investigation detained a Russian serviceman who was hiding in the liberated territory of the Kharkov region.

According to the press service of the GBR , within the framework of stabilization measures, the bureau continues to work in the de-occupied territories of the Kharkiv region.

In particular, employees of the State Bureau of Investigation check information about traitors and collaborators who collaborated with the occupiers.

“During such events, the SBI managed to detain a Russian military man, a resident of the Moscow region, who was hiding near the village of Shevchenkovo, Kupyansky district. The invaders forgot to take him with them when they fled during the offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine,” the report says.

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The man admitted that he went to fight against Ukraine for the sake of money, because he was promised 4,000 Russian rubles for each day of service.

The detainee signed a contract with the Russian army on September 6, and already on September 7, his unit was defeated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The SBI will hand over the detained occupier to the Security Service of Ukraine for further verification and taking appropriate measures.

As UNIAN previously reported, law enforcement officers detained seven men in the forest of the Buchanskaya community in the Kiev region. They are suspected of involvement in the DRG. The men could not explain what they were doing in the thickets.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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