Pavel Filatyev, ex-Russian soldier: ‘I sense this threat but I don’t want to lie’
10 September 2022 | 8:32 am
Pavel Filatyev is a former Russian soldier who fought for two months in Ukraine. In an online journal, he denounced the invasion of Ukraine and the pitiful state of the Russian army. Out of fear of reprisals, he fled his country with the help of an NGO.
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