Ukrainian Intelligence Backs Russian Volunteers Fighting Against Putin's Regime

Written by Camilla Jessen

Mar.19 - 2024 12:13 PM CET

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GUR helps Russian volunteers fight against the Putin-Yusov regime.

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The Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (GUR MOU) is providing critical support to various Russian volunteer formations actively fighting against Putin's regime within Russia.

This was reported by Andriy Yusov, the spokesman of the GUR MOU, who shared these details during a national telethon.

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Yusov mentioned the collaboration with the "Russian Volunteer Corps," "Freedom of Russia," and the "Siberian Battalion," stating, "The Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine helps volunteer formations. This is, among other things, the duty of Ukraine."

"These people came to help the Ukrainians free themselves from the Russian occupiers and show themselves courageously and heroically in many areas of the front, directly participating in serious operations," Yusov added. "Therefore, of course, Ukraine should also help those Russians who are fighting against Putin's regime, to free Russia from Putin."

Echoing the sentiment, Oleksandr, known by his call sign "Fortuna" and serving as the head of the staff of the Russian Volunteer Corps (RDC), assured that "offensive actions and advances along the entire line of contact are being developed" in Russian regions bordering Ukraine.

According to him, the Russian volunteers used all reserves for military operations.

This support comes amidst escalating tensions in the Belgorod region of Russia, where authorities recently announced plans to evacuate nine thousand children due to periodic shelling of the territory.

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