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Muscovite "solders" send home the Ukrainian loot using an ordinary Post office in Belarus. Video (1 Viewer)


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Muscovite "solders" send home the Ukrainian loot using an ordinary Post office in Belarus. Video

On Saturday, 02.04, Russian soldiers sent items stolen in Ukraine through the office of the Russian express delivery service SDEK in the city of Mozyr (Belarus) at the address ul. Kuibyshev, 32.

Presumably, the video shows soldiers from the 56th Guards Air Assault Regiment, which was located in the occupied Crimea.

Up to this point, the editors of the Belarus Gayun project (t.me/Hajun_BY) only assumed that the things that they send in huge quantities to the Russian Federation were stolen in Ukraine, however….

We received a 3-hour CCTV footage from this department from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on April 2, 2022.

The video clearly shows that the soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces are sending stolen items: TVs, air conditioners, electric scooters, video cards, car batteries and a bunch of other things. In one of the moments you can see a trunk from the Ukrainian shopping center "Epicenter".

Three hours later, CDEK turned off the CCTV camera on its website, but this evidence is more than enough.

We publish 3 hours of recording without changes and ask the SBU to pay special attention to this video, it shows the faces, phones and some documents of the Russian Armed Forces soldiers who apparently robbed Ukrainian houses and people.

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