BERLIN, November 27. /TASS/. Ukrainian military personnel are getting fed up with not having enough supplies, President Vladimir Zelensky and the top brass, says the German weekly tabloid Bild.
According to the newspaper’s authors, who interviewed soldiers on the condition of anonymity, "many things on the frontline are not going the way Ukrainian soldiers would like them to."
One soldier told Bild that "he and his fellows have to pay for the repairs of equipment and fuel from their own cash allowances."
Another complained about the lack of synergy between brigades. He said had been trained in a NATO country, but senior officers, he said, were still using outdated methods of combat.
"Soldiers testified that most movements on the frontline are done exclusively in the evening or after hours to avoid detection by drones," the article says. The Ukrainian army is reportedly sustaining losses in many areas, because it lacks air defense equipment.
"A number of servicemen are increasingly angry with President Vladimir Zelensky and his government," the authors say. Their interviewees wondered where all the funding that Kiev received was going, and why they themselves had to pay for the equipment and gear. Some increasingly feel as if they have been left in the lurch, Bild’s authors say.