Putin is sending “suicide commands” with GPS trackers to Ukraine so that weapons can tear secret bases to pieces


Militias backed by Russia have reportedly sent “suicide squads” to Ukraine to locate and destroy covert military bases.

A “victim militia officer” who fought against Ukrainian troops was reportedly captured and taken to a secret location for questioning, which was mysteriously blown up.

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Russia has always been an expert in fighting in winter conditionsPhoto credit: East2West
The War Games are the newest drills to take place while troops are gathering on the Russian side of the border with Ukraine

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The War Games are the newest drills to take place while troops are gathering on the Russian side of the border with UkrainePhoto credit: East2West

The alleged suicide tactic came to light when some members of the squad were allegedly found GPS tracking devices, which were then able to locate and shoot at bases they were being taken to.

A Ukrainian paratrooper told the Mirror, “Separatist forces have tried to find our secret base so they can launch a mortar attack.

“When we found the bugs, we fixed them quickly and our base was massively attacked.

“We don’t know why they carried the beetles, but they led the mortar teams to where we were.”

It comes as Russian snipers and army intelligence officers stage war games in the snow while Vladimir Putin stirs fears of a winter invasion of Ukraine.

Reconnaissance troops have been seen deployed on snow vehicles rehearsing a simulated enemy in extreme conditions below -10 ° C, while Russia continues to deploy troops on the border with its neighbor.

Arctic training in the Murmansk region is happening as tensions in Eastern Europe are boiling, with Vladimir Putin putting an estimated 150,000 soldiers near the Ukrainian border.

According to Zvezda TV, owned by the Russian Defense Ministry, the war games were about “destroying” enemies with Kalashnikov rifles and Makarov pistols.

A defense spokesman said: “Particular attention will be paid to training military personnel for operations in low temperatures, deep snow cover, high winds and polar nights.”

Sergei Kondratyev, commander of the motorized rifle brigade of the Russian Northern Fleet, shooting from snowmobiles is a mandatory part of combat training.

He said, “Winter is such a difficult time of year, especially when you drive over unfamiliar terrain – you don’t know what can be under snow.”

The television station described the exercise: “Motorized riflemen dismount immediately and repel the enemy.

“Under heavy fire, the unit is still operating near the ambush.

Particular attention is paid to the training of military personnel for operations at low temperatures, deep snow cover, strong winds and polar nights

Russian Defense Spokesman

“The ‘saboteurs’ are first surrounded, those disarmed – and destroyed.

“The brigade has practical target practice at least once a week, but mobile teams are on duty every day.

Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said: “We are of course continuing to monitor the situation in Russia and Ukraine.

“We have not seen any significant changes in the attitude of the Russian forces lining up on the Ukrainian border.

“They are still there in great numbers.”

Russia has demanded so-called security guarantees from the West for the non-accession of Ukraine to NATO and the containment of the missile stationing in Eastern Europe. “

Russia yesterday called for strict restrictions on the activities of the US-led NATO military alliance in Eastern European countries.

She denies planning an invasion, but wants NATO to exclude Ukraine and others who ever join the alliance in order to defuse the situation.

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Husky dogs pull a sled with troops

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Husky dogs pull a sled with troopsPhoto credit: East2West

On Thursday, Yuliia Laputina, Ukraine’s Minister of Veterans Affairs, said Russian aggression could lead to a new world war.

She told Sky News: “If Russia invades, you should also take care of the Balkans.

“What the Russians are doing in Serbia now – they are trying to provoke a situation in the Balkans.

“But we also take into account [the beginning of] The third world war. “

On the subject of World War III, she added: “Yes. Because geopolitically, it looks like this is a possible scenario.

“So … we should pay attention to the Ukraine issue because of the security of the continent.”

“This – the spread of the war in the event of a Russian invasion of Ukraine – will be much broader than Ukraine.”

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