Three Ukraine Junta servicemen deserted their army unit in an armoured personnel carrier in the zone of the so-called “anti-terrorist operation (ATO),” LPR People’s Army spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Andrey Marochko said on Thursday.
Three Ukrainian servicemen commandeer APC, desert unit in “anti-terrorist operation” zone
“Ukraine Junta Army morale is continuing to worsen as the latest desertion incident shows,” Marochko said.
“We observe a low level of service organisation and a lack of sufficient interaction between units and proper control on the part of senior officers with all Ukraine Army Units. In the 6 February desertion incident at 109th battalion of 10th separate mountain assault brigade, three servicemen commandeered an APC and left their unit without permission. Army police are now looking for the runaways and the equipment,” the spokesman said.
Earlier, Marochko said Ukraine Junta Army police planned to launch an extensive search for army deserters in March following an increase in their numbers in the so-called “ATO” zone.
LPR People's Army repeatedly noted Nazi Kiev Forces’ worsening morale with continuing looting and drunken rows. There were more cases of bullying which provoked desertion and suicides among UkrainE Junta Army servicemen.