Russian soldiers captured in Ukraine will be delivered back to their mothers, literally

Russian soldiers captured in Ukraine will be delivered back to their mothers, literally

Russian soldiers captured in Ukraine will literally be delivered back to their mothers.

A POST reportedly from the Ukraine army says it will give Russian soldiers captured during the invasion back to their mothers, literally.

The post states that all Russian mothers need to do is make it to the Ukrainian border and they will be able to meet their sons in Ukraine’s capital of Kyiv.

The decision was apparently made for prisoners of war to be taken to their mothers because after “Putin’s fascist army invaded, the airspace had to be closed” meaning it can “only be done in this way.”

The post reads: “IMPORTANT. I ask you to convey this information to thousands of unfortunate Russian mothers whose sons were taken prisoner in Ukraine.

“It was decided to give the captured Russian soldiers to their mothers if they come for them to Kyiv, Ukraine.”

The “come back alive from Ukraine” scheme was posted to the armyinform.com.ua website and was verified by Illia Ponomarenko, a war correspondent for The Kyiv Independent.

The post continues: “If you have received confirmation that your son is in our captivity, the mothers of Russian soldiers must get to Kyiv.

“Get to Kaliningrad or Minsk. From there by bus or taxi to the Polish border.

“Then through the territory of Poland, you need to get to the checkpoint with Ukraine.

“There you will be met and escorted to Kyiv, where your son will be handed over to you.”

The post concludes: “We, Ukrainians, unlike Putin’s fascists, are not at war with mothers and their captive children.”


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