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President Putin loses two more colonels in Ukraine including his ‘best paratroop commander’ as death toll among the high ranks hits 48

Russian President Vladimir Putin has lost two more colonies, including the ‘paratroop regime’ after the assassination in the Russian war in Ukraine.

 

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Lieutenant colonel Alexander Dosyagayev, 34, was the commander of the 104th paratrooper regiment.

 

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The soldiers of his 104 air force were reportedly in Bucha, the scene of the alleged rape and torture of Vladimir Putin’s soldiers at the start of the war. His Pskov-based army was recognized as Russia’s foremost in its extensive combat and military training.

At the ‘Army of Russia-2021’ military ceremony, he was judged as the winner in the Winged Infantry category.

‘I was overjoyed that my soldiers and the police had shown the result they were aiming for,’ he said.

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“This did not help him in the meeting with the Ukrainian army,” the Kyiv military statement said.

 

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Russian media outlet Mediazona has confirmed the death of another Colonel who was killed earlier in the war which has not been announced.

Col Vladimir Ivanov, 41, has been described by the Ukrainian media as a ‘proponent of propaganda’ for his work in the Russian Ministry of Information and Communication.

Col Vladimir Ivanov, 41, has been described by the Ukrainian media as a ‘proponent of propaganda’ for his work in the Russian Ministry of Information and Communication.

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