As it turned out, the Russian military does not have socks and even personal hygiene products such as soap and a toothbrush.
In the entrances of Moscow, posters are posted calling for the collection of underwear, socks and sweets for the Russian occupiers. This was reported on March 6 in the Russian telegram channel “Caution, Moscow”.
According to the announcement, Russians who were injured in Ukraine need help. Among other things, the invaders need shorts, socks and T-shirts, as well as tea, sugar and sweets.
“The Society of Veterans continues to collect things and products for combatants who are being treated in hospitals. According to the announcement, the collection of things and products for the wounded is of a permanent nature,” the message says.
In addition, as it turned out, the invaders lack not only underwear, but even basic personal hygiene products, such as toothbrushes, shampoo, and even soap.
Recall, on March 5, it was reported that the fighters of the 77th separate airmobile brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed the unit of the occupiers, whose employees had elements of the uniform and equipment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Earlier, on February 10, a video appeared on the network where Russian invaders took the bodies of the dead and wounded and piled them on top of an armored infantry vehicle. The BMP driver managed not only to lose them, but to run over several times, spinning in place.
We also recall that on February 9, it was reported that a group of “Wagnerites” in Bakhmut evacuated their wounded commander behind a barn, where they finished off with an ax. The video was filmed by Ukrainian defenders using a drone.
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