Russians reeling from Ukrainian air strikes, SBU intercept indicates


A Ukrainian pilot( Illustrative photo)

A Ukrainian pilot( Illustrative photo)

“We’re sitting around, listening to the chatter; our anti-air guys say ‘get ready, incoming in 10-15 minutes, two jets,” the soldier said in a phone call with his parents.

“Next thing they say is that the strike has been carried out, and the (Ukrainian) planes have already left.”

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The same conversation also suggests that Russian forces continue to use indiscriminate munitions, including white phosphorus and cluster bombs.

“We’re f*cking pelting them with phosphorus, cluster (munitions); not a care in the world; everything melts there; at least it looks great at night,” the soldier continues.

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The SBU continues to document Russian forces breaking wartime conventions and rules of engagement, with over 7,000 such cases having been filed already.

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