Lugansk People’s Republic forces capture Zionist settler fighting for Ukraine


The Russian-backed forces of the Lugansk People’s Republic have captured a Zionist soldier fighting in the ranks of the Ukrainian army.

According to Russia Today channel on Friday, Vladimir Kozlovsky, aged 40, a Zionist settler who was born in Ukraine, claimed that he wanted to return to the occupied territories at the beginning of the Russian special military operation, bringing his wife and child. However, the Ukrainian border guards detained and prevented him from leaving, and sent him to fight on the Lugansk front, he claimed.

The Zionist prisoner said that “the morale of the Ukrainian soldiers is completely collapsed, the armament is weak, and the commanders are the first to always escape, while the mercenaries, who are many, receive special treatment.”