From Ira Kapitonova in Kyiv (Day 423):
Have mercy upon us, O Lord, have mercy upon us, for we have had more than enough of contempt.
Over the past six months, during the massive missile attacks when Russia attempted to cause a complete blackout, they damaged 45% of the high-voltage lines and 55-60% of heat generation objects. With Russia running low on missiles and failing to cause a complete blackout, it is expected that Russia will be accumulating missiles over the summer to repeat its attempt in the fall. What a twisted mind!
According to the General Staff of the AFU, on April 17, the enemy tried to evacuate their wounded from the temporarily occupied region to Russia’s territory. They had 14 trucks full of the wounded invaders. However, the Russian border guards did not let the military convoy into the country. Some enemy servicemen did not survive due to the lack of medical care. That’s all you need to know about the value of human life in Russia.
I read an interview with an animal rescue volunteer. She shared blood-chilling stories of cruelty toward animals they discovered in the liberated territories. She also fondly said that they don’t need to worry about animals in the areas where Ukrainian defenders are stationed because they always care for the pets and feed them, sharing their own rations with them and even refusing volunteer aid. Love wins.