Putin reeling as Luhansk soldiers refuse to fight: ‘not going anywhere

Russian soldiers refuse to fight over poor conditions

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Ukrainian separatists from the Russian-backed Luhansk province have refused to take up arms in defiance of Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin. The soldiers previously ruled out fighting outside the Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR), including in the neighbouring Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR). Because of dwindling resources and poor living conditions, the soldiers are now rebelling against Vladimir Putin’s orders.

A soldier shouted to his commander: “The officership have all been f****** looters since day one.

“They brought things here by truck. Who are you? Capitan from Luhansk?

“You didn’t know that?! The truck used to come here with the appliances!

“And we haven’t had a vacation not once in seven months!”

The Luhansk soldier erupted: “[Unclear] should be shot. All of them from the combats… [unclear]

“How many new cars the f****** brought here. Look what we drive.

“Why aren’t you driving that?

“Let’s go get yourself Lanos. F****** wiseacre!”

The Luhansk soldiers shouted: “We’re not going anywhere else. You can f****** shoot us.

“Call the prosecutor’s office in Russia. Call them and let them come. Let them come. We won’t move from here.”

The troops’ refusal to wage the war deals another blow to Vladimir Putin whose forces have suffered major losses in the Kharkiv region.

In a surprise counteroffensive, Ukrainian troops have advanced almost 31 miles into Russian-controlled territory, the military’s General Staff said, with Moscow’s armies retreating.

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“Some enemy units suffered significant losses,” the military’s General Staff said in a war update.

Ukraine is retaking cities in the Kherson region that fell under Russian occupation in the early days of the war.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky posted a video on his social media accounts to praise soldiers for retaking the Kharkiv city of Balakliia.

“The order is fulfilled. Russian occupational troops have withdrawn,” one of the soldiers says in the video, as they stand above a building, alongside the Ukrainian flag.

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