Major Tomov testified
Now the Russian military is helping the Armed Forces of Ukraine with very classified information in the implementation of some combat missions.
The battalion commander of the Russian Armed Forces, Major Yuri Tomov, whose mysterious disappearance was reported by Russian propagandists last week along with a group of scouts, was taken prisoner by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The video of a conversation with him on Sunday, August 13, was published by the Telegram channel Nikolayevsky Vanek.
“We talked about the losses, about the prospects of Russia in this war, about the attitude of local residents in the Kherson region towards them, as well as about the” Ukronazis “and, of course, about the former place of service at the base for storing nuclear weapons,” the author of the channel noted.
According to him, Tomov helps the Ukrainian military in the implementation of some combat missions with “very classified information.”
In the video, Tomov says that he is a battalion commander of the 1822nd battalion of the RF Armed Forces. He says that he came under “partial mobilization” in September, and has been in Ukraine since October 15. Prior to his appointment as commander, he was the chief of staff of this unit.
According to Tomov, as of today, the combat losses of his unit are about a quarter. He says that no one is training the Russian military, and the soldiers themselves are in a deplorable state and refuse to carry out combat missions.
He also acknowledged that local residents in the occupied territories have a negative attitude towards the Russian military, considering them invaders.