Occupiers look for human rights organizations to escape from war in Ukraine (audio)

The occupiers mobilized in the ‘DNR’ are looking for human rights organizations to escape from the war.

They compare service in russian army to slavery, call it a violation of human rights and are ready to desert.

This is evidenced by invaders’ new telephone conversations intercepted by the SSU.

‘Reach out to someone, well, I don’t know, [organization] on human rights... Geez, am I a captive or a slave? I can’t get it…’ a mobilized resident of the so-called DNR tells his wife.

He asks her to look for someone to turn to for help, because he is completely confused. ‘You can’t complain to russia, because russia forced this, you can’t complain to Petyshylin [note: Pushylin], because he gave us or sold us to russia, to Ukraine - I will be a traitor…’

Well, here’s a tip for the invaders who want to stay alive: call 2402 and surrender. This hotline has been created for cases like this. You will receive help.

Works for both russian and Ukrainian numbers.