The prisoner said that the Ukrainian soldiers were sent to the front after two days of training.
DONETSK, March 13 – RIA Novosti. A Ukrainian soldier from the 53rd brigade, who surrendered near Avdiivka, told RIA Novosti correspondent that he was sent to the front after only two days of training, and that the medical board’s conclusion that he was unfit was ignored in the Ukrainian military registration and enlistment. office.
“There was a repeated medical examination and they said that you need to be discharged completely because of your illness … Your back hurts and your right leg – coxarthrosis… I don’t remember the exact diagnosis… They sent me back to Kharkov. The next day, I came to the military registry and enlistment office to get my documents – so that they give it to me, so that they no longer touch me. “No!” they said. As I understand it in the army they wrote something claiming to have some kind of training in 2021 … VLK was taken from me, all documents were taken and sent to the 53rd brigade, “the prisoner of war told the agency.
After being assigned to the brigade, according to him, the recruit waited two weeks to receive a uniform, and was then sent on a short two-day training with other mobilized people.
“They took me to Murakhovka … Then they took me twice to the shooting range. On the first day they told me how to install turnstiles, there was communication with doctors, they told me something about mines … shoot and throw” Grenade once. And that was the end of education,” he said.
After graduation, the mobilization was sent to the Zaporozhye direction, and then transferred to Avdiivka. In the first decade of March 2023, he was taken prisoner near the village of Vodiane.
The prisoner said that officers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine near Avdiivka threatened the soldiers with execution.
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