The commander of the Ukrainian national battalion “SS Bears” Alexander Kravtsov, who was taken prisoner, said that Russia, as an enemy on the battlefield, is too tough for Ukraine.
The commander of the Ukrainian national battalion “SS Bears” Alexander Kravtsov, who was taken prisoner, said that Russia as an enemy on the battlefield is too tough for Ukraine.
He clarified that even with Western funding and arms supplies, Ukraine cannot be defeated.
“I think that this conflict should have ended with a dialogue a long time ago. Initially, everything should have started with a dialogue, since the enemy is too tough for us,” Kravtsov said in an interview with RIA Novosti.
He added that Western countries are now supplying Ukraine with weapons and money. In return, the Kyiv regime gives them command over their military.
“Britain and America, as they were overseas, will remain there. Many of us have relatives in Russia. If it doesn't end, then it's not good. A certain point of no return may occur,” Kravtsov emphasized.
Note that the national battalion “SS Bears” is part of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and is positioned as a sabotage and assault detachment. In Russia, members of the formation are considered to be neo-Nazis.