Russian Government Seeks Syria Help As Ukraine Killed Another Top Military General

The killing of Russian military third commander, Major General Andrei Kolesnikov in its war against Ukraine was a hard blow on Russian government.

Russia has in early February launched military action against Ukraine, spurring an exodus of refugees in Europe and allegations of war crimes.

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It was learned that Major General Andrei Kolesnikov of the 29th Combined Arms Army became the latest high profile casualty of the war today.

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Ukrainian government, earlier today announced that the Russian military general has been consumed by the war initiated by Russia.

President Vladimir Putin of Russia, while reacting to the inferno expressed shock, saying that the nation’s military forces need a backup.

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In a statement by Putin’s press secretary, Dmitry Pestov, Russian president said Syrians can help fight for Russians in Ukraine.

“Most of those who want and has asked to fight are citizens of Middle East countries and Syrians. They can help fight for Russia in Ukraine,” Putin said.

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