“They were told, but no one surrendered …”


Russian army

Russia’s Ministry of Defense announced that 6,824 foreigners from 63 countries are fighting in Ukraine.

According to the ministry, 1,035 foreign mercenaries were “destroyed”, while several thousand remained and are fighting on the side of Volodymyr Zelensky. Also, 400 foreign fighters are in Marijupolje, where, according to the Russian ministry, nationalists and neo-Nazi fighters refuse to surrender.

According to published data, most of the foreign fighters fighting in Ukraine are from Poland, 1,717, while about 1,500 came from the United States, Canada and Romania. About 300 came from Great Britain and Georgia, while 193 came from the territory of Syria, which is under the control of Turkey.

A spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Defense, General Igor Konashenkov, said that 1,035 foreign fighters had died in the Russian army, and that 912 had fled Ukraine, which means that there were 4,877 active “cases” of foreign fighters in Kiev, Kharkov, Odessa and Nikolaev. and Marijupolje.

“Most come from European countries, as well as from Canada,” said the Russian general, who added that the Russian army intercepted their communication, which took place in six different languages.

The Russian general also states that the Russian army offered all foreign mercenaries who are fighting in the vicinity of the Azovstal ironworks to lay down their arms and surrender, as if that was the last offer. “They were told that their lives were guaranteed if they surrendered,” Konashenkov added.

“But no such story has been recorded, and the shooting around Azovstal is still heard. In case of further resistance, everyone will be destroyed “, he concluded, and Rasa Tudej reports.

Source: Vesti online by www.vesti-online.com.

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