The New York Times Reveals Alleged Conversations of Russian Soldiers in Ukraine | International | News

The New York Times on Wednesday revealed alleged intercepted conversations with Russian soldiers who were in Ukraine.

“They ordered us to kill everyone we see” and “Putin is crazy. He wants to take kyiv, but we can’t do it” are several of the words the men in uniform heard to their family members that would show a sense of pessimism and frustration about the conflict.

The army would also have said that they were losing the war as well as abandoning the army at the end of the conflict.

So far, the Kremlin has not commented on the veracity of these leaked talks, although they have indicated that the military campaign in Ukraine will continue.

“As you know, not the entire territory of the Donetsk People’s Republic has been liberated. We are talking about the territory on its borders in 2014. That is why the entire People’s Republic of Donetsk must be liberated at least,” the spokesman of the Russian Presidency, Dmitry Peskov, said at his daily press conference.

This Wednesday, the separatist leaders of Donetsk and Lugansk traveled to Moscow to ask President Vladimir Putin to join Russia. (I)

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