The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, published a two-minute video on his Telegram, which, according to him, depicts Ukrainian prisoners.
According to Kadyrov, the prisoners “willingly answer questions”; and hand over to the Chechen battalion “Akhmat” “There is so much information that there is no time to process it.”
Two people appear in the video; a voice-over asks the men what their names are, where they come from, where their forces are located, what weapons and equipment they have.
On August 13, the Russian Ministry of Defense published a video with Ukrainian prisoners— marines and soldiers of the National Guard, who, according to the agency, voluntarily laid down their arms and surrendered, and also refused to return to their homeland.
At the request of Roskomnadzor, RBC provides data on the details of the military operation in Ukraine based on information from Russian official sources .
Since the beginning of the military operation in Ukraine on February 24, the Russian authorities have reported several times on Ukrainian prisoners, while not disclosing the number of Russians who were captured. In particular, on June 7, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that about 6.5 thousand Ukrainian soldiers had surrendered in total. Since the beginning of hostilities, Moscow and Kyiv have exchanged prisoners several times. The last exchange reported by Moscow took place at the end of June, it took place in a 144 by 144 format.
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