Ukraine: Putin has given permission to loot, even property is not safe

Ukraine: Putin has given permission to loot, even property is not safe

A Ukrainian commander stated that occupying stolen property was much more important to the occupiers than caring for their wounded comrades.

According to reports, Vladimir Putin personally gave permission to the armed forces to plunder Ukraine with impunity, and it was alleged that a decree was issued in this regard.

Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) released an audio recording of a Russian soldier talking to his wife on the phone while sharing new information with him, apparently envious of his boss who also stole televisions, washing machines and grills, the report said. Ukrinform.

“In short, this means that we cannot be robbed if we stole anything. This is possible because Putin allowed it, and also issued a decree that looting is allowed.”

According to the SBU, the soldier also stated that he would “draw up a business plan” aimed at procuring appropriate military equipment, as he would have to purchase these assets himself for the special operation.

Earlier, Pavlo Fedosenko, commander of the 92nd Autonomous Mechanized Brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, said in an interview with Ukrinform that looted property is more important to the occupiers than caring for their wounded comrades in arms.

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