Russian soldiers killed: 'Illegal use of mobile phones led to attack'

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Russian soldiers killed: 'Illegal use of mobile phones led to attack'

Russian soldiers killed: 'Illegal use of mobile phones led to attack'

The Russian Ministry of Defense has blamed military personnel illegally using mobile phones for the deaths of 89 Russian soldiers in a missile attack in Ukraine. According to Reuters, the Ministry of Defense has said that an investigation into the attack has been launched, but the widespread illegal use of mobile phones by soldiers is the cause of the attack. "That is why the enemy was able to attack and was able to determine the position of the soldiers for the missile attack."

Ukraine launched a missile attack on the Russian-held area of ​​Makiivka, killing 89 Russian soldiers. After this accident, Russian analysts have strongly criticized the government, who believe that a war campaign is being carried out in Ukraine with recklessness. Social media has also seen criticism from Russian citizens who are blaming military commanders for the accident instead of President Vladimir Putin. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said in a video address on Tuesday, without referring to the attack, that Russia was ready for major attacks, with no doubt that Russia was ready to try everything to change the tide of the war and delay its defeat.

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