The Ukrainian army "teaches" the Russians to surrender to their drones

The video published by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on their social networks shows a guide in Russian for the soldiers of Putin's army to surrender before being attacked and thus be able to save their lives.

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13 December 2022 Tuesday 11:30
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The Ukrainian army "teaches" the Russians to surrender to their drones

The video published by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on their social networks shows a guide in Russian for the soldiers of Putin's army to surrender before being attacked and thus be able to save their lives. It is part of the Ukrainian project "I want to live", a way for Russian soldiers who did not want to participate in the war to surrender safely.

Russian soldiers who want to surrender should contact the "I want to live" project via Telegram to agree on the exact place and time for the appointment with the drone that will direct them to a safe place. The video highlights the importance of punctuality, due to the short battery life of the drone and also explains the movements that must be made to confirm visual contact with the device.

Once the soldiers have contacted the drone, they must move their arms to the sides to continue with the process. From that moment the device will direct you towards the safe area at a moderate speed but without stopping. Once they are in the area they must lie face down for the Ukrainian soldiers to search them.

Approximately 300,000 non-military Russians have been required to join the ranks of the Russian Armed Forces since the war began. Ukraine has confirmed that many Russians have already benefited from this measure. This project ensures that soldiers who surrender will be treated according to the Geneva Convention, so they will be safe.

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