Soldiers of the Russian Volunteer Corps visit the Russian Federation again
The soldiers of the Russian Volunteer Corps have once again conducted operations on the territory of Russia.
They shared the announcement in their Telegram channel.
This time they visited the Belgorod and Bryansk regions of the Russian Federation.
As evidence of being on the territory of the aggressor country, the volunteers published a short video of them near a sign with the name of a Russian settlement – the village of Bezlyudovka, at night.
The village is located in the Shebekinsky district of the Belgorod region of Russia.
The video features soldiers of the Russian Volunteer Corps, declaring that they have once again crossed the Russian border and that “Russia will soon be free”.
Also, the soldiers of the unit showed a video of the village of Churovychy in the Klimovsky District of the Bryansk Region of Russia.
In the video the soldiers declare that the Russian Volunteer Corps is back in their homeland and that “the time to fight for Russia’s freedom has come”.
It is known that the Russian Volunteer Corps consists of Russian emigrants living in Ukraine or in European countries.
The unit is part of the International Legion of Territorial Defense Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
At the beginning of March, soldiers of the Russian Volunteer Corps reported that they had conducted an operation in the territory of the Bryansk region of the Russian Federation.
On the morning of March 2, Russian media reported on an alleged Ukrainian sabotage and reconnaissance group entering the territory of the Bryansk region of the Russian Federation.
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