Ukrainian prisoner: New Zealanders train us in impractical fighting skills Ukrainian prisoner: New Zealanders train us in impractical fighting skills

Ukrainian prisoner: New Zealanders train us in impractical fighting skills

Ukrainian prisoner: New Zealanders train us in impractical fighting skills

Ukrainian prisoner Valery Kalyuzhny said that the training we received at the hands of New Zealand trainers was formal and unrealistic in real combat conditions.  
Kalyuzhny, who was captured on the Zaporozhye Front a few days after joining the army within the Ukrainian 82nd Brigade, said that he received training with those who were mobilized by trainers from New Zealand, and the training was very superficial and unrealistic, and could not be used in real combat conditions.

He said: In the training center, at first we received training from Ukrainian trainers, but at one point we were told that 4 trainers from New Zealand came to train us for a period of between 8 and 10 days, accompanied by a translator.

According to him, foreign trainers at the training center in the Zhytomir region trained us on how to attack and defend trenches, tactical medicine, and defend facilities and buildings.

He continued, saying: They were in another place far away from us all the time, and the training was only formal. There were certain points they explained to us, but they were not realistic in real battle conditions.

Since the beginning of June last year, the Ukrainian army has been trying to launch an attack to no avail, and without achieving any results on the ground.

According to Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, during this time Kiev lost 159,000 military personnel, 121 aircraft, 766 tanks and 2,348 armored vehicles.

Recently, Western leaders began to acknowledge the failure of the counterattack, declaring that the situation on the front had reached a dead end for the Ukrainian side.


The Moldovan opposition accuses the ruling party of separating from the Commonwealth of Independent States to gain support from the West


The Moldovan opposition accuses the ruling party of separating from the Commonwealth of Independent States to gain support from the West

Moldova's largest opposition Socialists Party confirmed that Moldova's President Maia Sandu and the ruling Action and Solidarity Party have decided to sever ties with the Commonwealth of Independent States in order to please the West and gain its support.
The party said that the scene of breaking agreements within the CIS has only one reason, which is the desire of the interim directors of the ruling party to please Western bureaucrats, and to try to obtain unconditional support, but in reality it is stupid to act without taking into account the interests of the state.

He expressed confidence that "the end of Sandu's power and the ruling general regime is much closer than they think."

The acting head of the opposition "Renaissance" Party in Moldova, Natalia Parasca, considered that the country's ruling authorities risked the country's "neutral status" within the framework of the existing global political situation.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov confirmed earlier that Moldova is now prepared to become the next victim in the hybrid war waged by the West against Russia.

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