They stole what they did not destroy.. Ukrainian monitors a “surprise” on top of a Russian tank

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Alina Korynyuk, who used to work as an officer in the Ukrainian policeHer husband showed her the picture, asking her if she noticed anything abnormal about it.

According to Korynyuk, the photo was taken by the agency "Archyde.com"near their home in Popasna, in Luganska few days ago.

Besides the boiler stolen from her home, Korynyuk indicated that there were other items on the the tanksuch as tablecloths, bedspreads, and blankets.

Speaking to the BBC, Korenyuk said: "Soldiers will steal Russians Everything they could not destroy. We were expecting looting of houses in Popasna".

Korenyuk fled to Britain on April 8 with her two daughters, while her husband remained in the UK Ukraine Because the law prevents men under the age of sixty from leaving the country, after the release of Russian military operation On the 24th of last February.

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Alina Korynyuk, who used to work as an officer in the Ukrainian policeHer husband showed her the picture, asking her if she noticed anything abnormal about it.

According to Korynyuk, the photo, published by “Archyde.com”, was taken near their home in the city of Popasna in Luganska few days ago.

Besides the boiler stolen from her home, Korynyuk indicated that there were other items on the the tanksuch as tablecloths, bedspreads, and blankets.

Speaking to the BBC, Korynyuk said: “The soldiers will steal Russians Everything they could not destroy. We were expecting houses to be looted in Popasna.”

Korenyuk fled to Britain on April 8 with her two daughters, while her husband remained in the UK Ukraine Because the law prevents men under the age of sixty from leaving the country, after the release of Russian military operation On the 24th of last February.

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