Locals say the bodies of Russian troops killed in Ukraine ‘were brought to Belarus to hide the real death toll’

Sources say that the dead Russian soldiers are being secretly brought to Russia via Belarus by plane, train and special bus to avoid attracting attention.

Passengers at a train station in Belarus reportedly “shocked” by the number of corpses being piled up, while hospital staff warned of “overrun” of morgues.

A medical ambulance full of dead Russian soldiers


A medical ambulance full of dead Russian soldiers
Buses with a white'V' for Belarus were filmed in the Belarusian city of Homel


Buses with a white ‘V’ for Belarus were filmed in the Belarusian city of Homel
A train carriage full of dead Russians in southern Ukraine


A train carriage full of dead Russians in southern Ukraine

The video is purported to show a convoy of Russian buses with a ‘V’ sign on the side to carry corpses through the Belarusian city of Homel.

The ‘V’ symbol has been used to refer to Belarus on other Russian military vehicles.

A separate graphic video emerged showing a train carriage laden with bodies in Russian military uniforms wrapped in plastic.

Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty news agency, which shared the video, confirmed many of the bodies belonged to Russian soldiers as young as 20 years old.

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The carriage has stopped in the southern city of Voznesensk north of Mykolaiv Ukraine.

Voznesensk has been the scene of heavy fighting this month due to its strategic importance as a majority Russian-speaking city, close to Ukraine’s second-largest nuclear power plant.

Video shot in Homel shows a convoy of military ambulances running through the city in early March.

Meanwhile, staff at the regional clinical hospital announced that the bodies of more than 2,500 Russian soldiers had been returned to Russia.

The Ukrainian military says that more than 14,000 Kremlin soldiers have been killed since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24.

One US intelligence expert put the death toll at around 7,000 but said another 20,000 could be injured.

On the other hand, the Moscow Defense Ministry stated that the death toll was less than 500 people.

Medical workers in Homel described morgues as “overwhelming” in the city less than 20 miles from the Ukraine-Belarus border.

A resident in the Belarusian city of Mazyr said passengers at the train station were left “shocked by the number of corpses loaded onto the train”.

They continued: “After people started filming the video, the military caught them and ordered it removed.”

“There are not enough surgeons,” warned a doctor at Mazyr’s main hospital. “Previously, the corpses were transported by ambulance and loaded onto Russian trains.

“After someone made a video about it and it went on the internet, the bodies were piled up at night so as not to attract attention.”

Officials at a hospital in Homel are said to have begun discharging patients as early as March 1 due to the large number of wounded Russian soldiers.

One patient said: “There were a lot of Russians injured there – it was just a horror. Terrible disfigurement.

“Their groans could not be heard in the entire hospital.”

It comes as…

Homel is the largest city in Belarus after Minsk.

The country’s dictator Alexander Lukashenko is a prominent Putin supporter and has allowed Russian troops to be deployed around the country.

It comes as a UK military expert claims The morale of the Russian army is falling facing heavy casualties and a logistical nightmare.

“The Russians are making almost every tactical mistake they can make,” said Professor Michael Clarke, former director of the Royal Institute of British Services.

This week, 5 paratroopers from the 331st Guards Parachute Regiment – considered the toughest in the Russian army – were killed, including one of them. By Vladimir Putin top commanders.

Morale in his army has fallen and some are now shooting themselves to avoid being sent to the front lines.

Putin is getting desperate recruiting mercenaries and private contractors to strengthen his exhausted force.

Professor Clarke said: “Ukrainians are holding back Russia’s progress in all areas and conducting counter-attacks quite effectively. The Russians are losing a lot of equipment and troops. “

Destroyed Russian tanks, a sign that Putin suffered heavy losses in Ukraine


Destroyed Russian tanks, a sign that Putin suffered heavy losses in UkraineCredit: Reuters
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The President of Russia continues to be crazy about warCredit: AP
Ukraine has been devastated on a large scale


Ukraine has been devastated on a large scaleCredit: Getty

Today, Ukraine declared a The fifth top Russian general was killed in the skirmish, destroying Putin’s elite commanding force.

Lieutenant General Andrei Mordvichev, commander of the 8th Combined Armed Forces Army, was killed in the fighting at Chornobaivka, near the city of Kherson, in the south of the country.

Major General Oleg Mityaev, 47, was killed in Mariupol on Wednesday, bringing the total Russian Officers sacrificed since the beginning of the war to 13 people.

It comes like Ukraine This morning claimed to have shot down two Russian planes and three helicopters in the last 24 hours.

Lieutenant General Andrei Mordvichev – commander of the 8th Army – died in the fighting last night in a fresh blow Vladimir Putinof the invasion of Ukraine.

The military boss is believed to have been killed at the Russian-controlled Kherson Airport, which has been subjected to Ukrainian air strikes over the past few days.

A statement from the General Staff of the Army in Kyiv read: “Due to being shot at by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, the Commander of the 8th All-Army Corps of the Southern Military District of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, Lieutenant General Andrey Mordvishev was killed”.

It comes as Ukraine this morning announced it had hit 12 Russian air targets in the past day.

The armed forces said Russia continued to suffer heavy losses – adding that Russian equipment was destroyed in the Mykolayiv and Sumy regions.

On Wednesday, Major General Oleg Mityaev, 47, died in Hurricane Mariupol, along with seven members of an elite SWAT team.

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