Ukraine intelligence said the hotline was established to support Russian soldiers to surrender to receive more than 2,000 calls for several weeks.

Andriy Yusov, an official representing the General Department of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, on October 4, said the hotline set the hotline I wanted to live to support Russian soldiers who wanted to surrender.


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This is a white flag, a form of lowering weapons and an open bracelet, Yusov said.

A Ukrainian soldier sitting next to the tank was left behind when the Russian forces withdrew from the city of Izyum, Kharkov province on September 28.

The official said the hotline was still primitive, but the number of Russian soldiers called suddenly increased after the Ukrainian force's counterattack in Kharkov province and the command of a part of Russian President Vladimir Putin announced.

We started receiving phone calls, not only from soldiers in Ukraine, but also those who just enlisted and still in Russian territory, or their relatives, even those who thought they had.

Vitaliy Matviyenko, a hotline spokesperson, said on October 3 that the callers were including Russian soldiers, as well as their loved ones who wanted their son and their husbands to live.

The Russian Defense Ministry has not commented on the above information.


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After more than 7 months of conducting military campaigns in Ukraine, the Russian army is suffering from many difficulties, especially in terms of personnel when having to set up forces on a large battle line.

The Ukrainian army recently launched a counterattack in the Northeast and re -control many territories in Kharkov, Donetsk, Lugansk and Kherson.

War in southern Ukraine after more than 7 months of fighting.

After the rapid advancement of the campaign, Russia is facing many challenges when constantly withdrawing, losing the battlefield advantage against Ukraine.

Russia faced many challenges when being pushed from the Ukrainian army from the city of Lyman, the logistics center in the East and the gateway to Lugansk.