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.
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