Russian prisoners of war call their families and tell them what is really happening in Ukraine. They call for a halt to the war and for protests.
While the aggressor country imposes total censorship and hides what is happening in Ukraine, the Russian captives tell their families.
One of the captives called his mother on the phone and told her that his brigade was gone and that he himself was a prisoner of war. He also told her that more than 9,000 Russian soldiers had already been killed and that Kafirs were bombing civilian cities.
The captive asked his mother to call the military registration and enquire if he would be released from captivity, go out into the streets, and stop the war.
The enlisted man, who was serving near Moscow, said that they were driven to the Rostov region for training, but then they crossed the Ukrainian border. The captive said that their entire convoy was destroyed by the Ukrainian army with Javelin and Bayraktar.
Only a few soldiers survived and were taken prisoner. The Russian soldier also called on the citizens of the aggressor country to come out to rallies to stop the war.