Vladimir Putin may have a significant problem on his hands.
He is already dealing with fighting-aged males fleeing the country.
Now he has to deal with them giving up his equipment and surrendering to Ukraine.
Seeing is Believing
This video tells you everything you need to know about how the Russians feel about this war right now.
The surrender looks like it was arranged.
Regardless, this is not something Putin can afford to see go viral right now...
Vitaly Kim, head of the Nikolayev region’s military administration, stated, “We bought an BMP-2 (APC).
He was referring to the armored personnel carrier (APC) the Russian troops pulled up in when they surrendered.
Before posting the video, he stated, “Occupiers have begun to surrender with their equipment in the Kherson area. Russian servicemen, follow their example. How to correctly surrender to the Ukrainian Armed Forces — watch here.”
Ukraine has started a hotline for Russian troops called, “I Want to Live,” which is apparently where these troops arranged their surrender.
More than 2,000 Russian troops have reportedly called the line to surrender.
Source: New York Post