Ethnic minorities in the Russian military began speaking in their native language to avoid being bombed by Ukrainians.

Due to the lack of radios in the Russian army, the Duans and Chechens began speaking in their own language to avoid being understood by Ukrainian intercept units, Russian military bloggers began to claim on Telegram.

Russian soldiers killed in UkrainePhoto: Twitter

One of the Russian military bloggers claims that Duane units took part Capture of the city of Liman Captured by the Russian armed forces at the end of May, it encoded their communications, speaking to each other in their own language, so that “their movements and plans were not known to the enemy”.

“Oh, this insidious Russian internationalism!” He notes with satisfaction. Duans are a Turkic ethnic group living in southern Siberia. They are historically called “Uriankai” from the Mongolian name.

Another interesting claim is that Chechen militants also resorted to this practice despite Ramzan Kadyrov announced On July 9 he withdrew his forces from Ukraine Fall of Lysians and the “liberation” of the Luhansk region.

However, the blogger mentions fighting earlier in the war, with Chechens taking part in the attacks. Mariupol, Severodonetsk and other Ukrainian cities and towns.

In the first days of the war, Ramzan Kadyrov’s right-hand man, General Magomed Tushev, the Chechens took part in attempts to capture the strategic Hostomal airfield near Kiev. They were killed in a fight here. Dushev was the first Russian army general to be killed during the war in Ukraine.

Secure communications is one of the biggest problems of the Russian military

One of the Russian military bloggers recalled that during World War II, American forces used the Choctaw and Navajo Indians as radio operators to send encrypted messages between them.

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“It is almost impossible for a foreigner to master their Indian language, so the ‘cipher’ of Indian words has never been broken,” he noted in a telegram.

Rob Lee, a military analyst at the Institute for Foreign Policy Research, reported the situation on his Twitter page.

By early March, the lack of transceivers and other secure communication systems became apparent One of the factors It helped prevent a Russian invasion in the first weeks of the war.

Editing in this sense means Vitaly GerasimovOne of the first Russian generals killed in Ukraine, then removed by Ukrainian forces Called from an unsecured lineExpresses his position.

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