Russian human rights activist: Our soldiers are refusing to go to Ukraine

Russian human rights activist Elena Vasilieva, founder of the Gruz-200 group (codeword for coffin in the Soviet and contemporary Russian military terminology) explained that Russian soldiers are protesting against participation in the war in eastern Ukraine, reports.
Russian human rights activist: Our soldiers are refusing to go to Ukraine
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