The commander of the Russian Freedom Brigade says his fighters are planning another cross-border attack into Russia, trying to take advantage of the chaos within the Kremlin following the uprising of Yevgeny Prigozhin. Guardian. The leader of cross-border attacks from Ukraine says it will take weapons, not words, to topple the regime in Moscow.
Commander of the Russian Free Army known as CaesarPhoto: SERGEY BOBOK / AFP / Profimedia
“There will be an additional surprise in the next month,” said Cesar, a spokesman for the anti-Putin paramilitary group. “This is our third operation. After that it is fourth and fifth. We have ambitious plans. We want to liberate all our territories.”
The brigade, made up of about 200 Russian military volunteers, carried out attacks in May and early June. He occupied border villages near the Russian city of Belgorod, fought the Russian army and captured 10 Russian soldiers. Caesar said two members of anti-Kremlin militia were killed.
The video is the first video of the cross-border attack in Belgorod. Legion for Freedom of Russia: Soldiers of the Armed Forces hid behind trees and fences
He described the latest incursion near Shebekino as a “local raid and reconnaissance operation”. Caesar said he was in Ukraine when the full-scale invasion began in February 2022. “The border guards have fled. I don’t have anyone to show my passport to,” he joked.
A former fitness coach in Sochi and St. Petersburg, Caesar’s real name is Maximilian Andronikov.
He called himself a “constitutional monarchist”. He said he admires Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher, and pointed out that the legion’s fighters include left- and right-wing views, as well as disillusioned supporters of Alexei Navalny, the Russian opposition leader who was poisoned by the FSB spy agency.
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