Wives of soldiers warned
A group of angry wives of Russian soldiers gathered in the Belgorod border town of Valuki on Wednesday. They demanded more information about their husbands’ whereabouts. In one of the footage it is clearly visible that Russian women, worried about their husband’s health, are asking Russian authorities to bring their husbands back home immediately. She is saying that if the officers refuse, she will herself go to the front and come back with her husbands.
Women worried about the safety of their husbands
“I’m ready to take them out of this war. They have to do something, they have to make a decision, they have to get them out of there,” one of the women said in a video posted to Mobilization News’ Telegram account. We want them to be taken from there as many people are injured there.”
Russian soldiers hit by Ukrainian artillery
According to the information, several Russian soldiers of Unit 11097 in the village of Krasnorychenske came under fire from heavy artillery attack. According to The Insider, the wives of Russian soldiers are claiming that about 160 survivors of the heavy artillery attack are on their way back from Krasnorichensk to Valuyki. The distance between these two localities is about 150 km. The soldiers who survived the attack are carrying the wounded soldiers on their backs.
Russian soldier told what he saw with his eyes
Russian soldier Alexei Agafonov, who is reportedly part of the unit, told The Guardian that they had arrived in the Luhansk region on 1 November. Where they were asked to dig trenches overnight. The soldier said the next morning he saw Ukrainian drones flying and bombing artillery for hours. Alexei said that he saw with his own eyes many soldiers dying and his unit destroyed.
Putin recruits unqualified soldiers
Significantly, Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered the mobilization of 3 lakh Russian soldiers. After this, the target of recruitment of 3 lakh soldiers was completed in just 2 weeks. The Guardian has written quoting a soldier that the soldiers who have received only two weeks of training have not been able to prepare for war from anywhere. President Putin has thrown new recruits into the fire too quickly and without adequate training. According to the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, about 80 thousand Russian soldiers have been killed so far.