Mobilized from the Krasnodar Territory recorded a video message from Ukraine sharply criticizing the Ministry of Defense. They said that they were thrown into the field “like dogs”, they only have “Kalash and bayonet-knives” weapons, but there are no cartridges, there are no commanders with them either, they are forced to look for medicines themselves and do not know at all that they they do there. Video published by Sota.
“Our dear, so to speak, authorities of the Russian Federation, the so-called Ministry of Defense, we are mobilized from the Krasnodar Territory. For a month, we were kind of being prepared for something - it’s not clear what for. They drove back and forth. And now it turns out that we are somewhere in the fields of Ukraine, we were simply, like dogs, really thrown out into the fields. I don’t have any shovels, I don’t have anything with me, and from the uniform I only have my own, that humanitarian aid helped us. We just live in the field. No, no, they bring some food, literally twice a day. We burn fires, cut down trees, dig with what God sent. We were given Kalash and bayonet-knives, and, guys, fumble around as you like. There is no information, there is no command, we are sitting on pins and needles, because we do not know where ours are, where others are. No walkie-talkie, no ammo, no shit. There are no medicines either. Okay, now at night to zero degrees, and in the daytime it’s still warm, you can warm up. I would like to show this to our authorities... Do you think this is normal?” the man in the video says.
At the same time, Sota notes that the man who speaks on behalf of the military in the video to “so to speak, the authorities of the Russian Federation” and “the so-called Ministry of Defense” is Krasnodar deputy Anton Kuligin, who until recently supported the war and drove a car with Zvastikas.
In early November, those mobilized in the Belgorod region rebelled because of living conditions, the attitude of the officers and the issuance of decommissioned weapons to them. They published a video where they said that about 500 people who are now in the Belgorod region are not assigned to any unit and have lived for a week in "bestial conditions" without material support.