A Russian soldier’s heartbreaking final text to his mother was read out loud during a United Nations emergency session.
On Monday, a United Nations General Assembly emergency session took place in response to Putin’s deadly and devastating invasion of Ukraine.
During the meeting, Ukraine’s UN ambassador read out a tear-jerking last text of a Russian soldier who appeared to be terrified by the war that Putin is waging on Ukraine.
In his text, which the soldier had sent to his mother moments before he was killed in battle, the young man wrote: “Mom I’m no longer in Crimea. I’m not in training sessions.”
Oblivious to her son’s whereabouts, the mother then asked: “Where are you then? Papa is asking whether I can send you a parcel.”
The soldier responded:
“What kind of a parcel mama can you send me. What are you talking about? What happened?
“Mama, I’m in Ukraine. There is a real war raging here. I’m afraid. We are bombing all of the cities together, even targeting civilians.”
The soldier added:
“We were told that they would welcome us and they are falling under our armored vehicles, throwing themselves under the wheels and not allowing us to pass.
“They call us fascists. Mama. This is so hard.”
After reading the soldier’s letter, ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya went on to slam Russia’s actions and draw a comparison between Vladimir Putin and Hitler.
“Very clear parallels can be drawn with the beginning of the Second World War.
And Russia’s course of action is very similar to what their spiritual mentors from the Third Reich employed on the Ukrainian land eight years ago,” he said before taking aim at Putin and his order to put nuclear forces on high alert.
“If he wants to kill himself he doesn’t have to use a nuclear arsenal, he has to do what the guy in Berlin did in a bunker in 1945.”
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