Captured Russian soldiers cry as they tell relatives ‘I was sent to my death’  

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The Russian prisoners of war broke down in tears as they told their families back home that they had been ‘sent to their deaths’ in the invasion, with Ukraine claiming to have killed 6,000 Russians

Captured Russian soldiers broke down in tears as they told their families they had been ‘sent to their deaths’ in Ukraine. The prisoners of war were interviewed on camera by Ukrainian forces and said they had been used as cannon fodder in the war. It comes after Ukraine claimed it had killed 6,000 Russian troops durning the first six days of the invasion. Now footage is being shared online showing some of the captured invaders complaining about the war. One captive was filmed speaking to his mother over the phone, telling her: “They sent us to death, everyone killed everyone.” The soldier then broke down crying and told his mum ‘I love you too’. In another clip, a different Russian prisoner said: “We came for training. We were lied to and that’s why I am here.”

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