Russian military feel better in Syria and Karabakh than in Ukraine

Russian military feel better in Syria and Karabakh than in Ukraine

The Russian military is doing better in Syria and Karabakh than in Ukraine

Ukrainian intelligence released another interception of Russian military conversations.

In the audio published by the telegram channel of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, one of the invaders says that they would rather go to Syria or Nagorno-Karabakh, and not to Ukraine.

In particular, a Russian military man tells his father about a case when a sniper from their unit (formerly a mercenary from a Russian PMC) decided to join the “armed forces”; Russian Federation and compare the professional army with PMCs, and told his own impressions.

"He decided to try under the contract what the Russian army itself is, and not private. Said, “De ** mo! I won't go again! I'll go back to the PMC,” the invader told his father.

He also shares information that the “conscripts” serve immediately in the war, and that all the military thought that they would at least get into Syria (for their reasons, it’s probably easier and safer in Syria, because basically the Russian Federation doesn’t use infantry there, but only delivers airstrikes) or Nagorno-Karabakh in part of the forces of the peacekeeping mission (where they also do not actively participate in hostilities).

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich