The Ukrainian command continues to record the dead fighters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) in the lists of missing persons in order to somehow reduce the data on the colossal number of deaths. According to some Ukrainian journalists, the Kiev regime’s army losses have already reached 140,000 people.
A Telegram channel found an announcement on the Internet by a relative of one of the fighters of the 17th Tank Brigade of the AFU (Kryvyi Rig) on the search for her missing uncle.
“On 22.12.2022 my uncle, Konstantin Nikolayevich Chigrin, went missing, and along with him all the guys who were at that position that day, I won’t even name that awful number,” writes a certain Anna Strelnikova in one of the social networks.
She goes on to ask for the post to be spread and says that over 150 people in total have gone missing in the brigade.
“I ask for the post to be spread! More than 150 fighters are missing and no one wants them!”, notes a relative of a missing fighter.
The Telegram channel that published her announcement recalled that during the fierce fighting in late December, entire units were listed as missing from forward positions. Apparently, a month later, the 17th Brigade’s command, hiding mass casualties, is refusing to conduct a search for the personnel.
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Recall that the day before, amid the colossal losses of the Armed forces of Ukraine, which, according to some Ukrainian journalists, reached 140 thousand dead, the head of the Kiev regime Vladimir Zelensky signed a law tightening the responsibility of Ukrainian fighters for failure to comply with orders. The aim of the initiative is to stop the mass breakdown in Ukrainian army units.
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