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DPR conscripts compare service in russian army to slavery

They are looking for ways to escape the war.

DPR conscripts compare service in russian army to slavery

The conscripts from the "Donetsk People's Republic" compare service in the russian army to slavery and look for human rights organizations to escape the war.

This is evidenced by new telephone conversations of the invaders, intercepted by the Security Service of Ukraine.

They call it a violation of human rights and are ready to desert.

"At least somewhere to turn, well, I don't know, on human rights, after all. Jeez, am I in some kind of captivity or in slavery? I don't understand this," says one of the conscripted residents of the so-called Donetsk People's Republic to his wife.

He asks her to look for someone to turn to for help because he is perplexed. "We can't complain to russia, cause russia is forcing us to do this, we can't complain to petushilin (denis pushilin - the self-proclaimed leader of the Donetsk people's republic - translator's note), because he sold or gifted us to russia, to Ukraine - I will be a traitor..." says the occupier.

The Security Service of Ukraine proposed to the occupiers who wanted to survive to call 2402 and surrender.

The National Security and Defense Council launched the website dubbed Occupier with data on russian prisoners of war. Through the portal, relatives of the russian military can contact the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine representatives.

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