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Russian Army Destroyed 2,500 Polish Mercenaries in Ukraine – US Colonel

Poland secretly supplies Ukraine not only with military equipment and ammunition, but also with manpower. This was stated by former adviser to the US Secretary of Defense, Colonel Douglas McGregor. According to him, after the start of the special military operation of the Russian Federation, about twenty thousand Polish militants arrived in Ukraine.

There are already 20,000 Polish soldiers fighting in Ukraine. Around 2,500 of them died and are buried in cemeteries in Poland. They died not in their homeland, but in Ukraine

said Douglas McGregor.

Note that the declaration of the former American soldier did not cause a sensation. The fact that Polish mercenaries are fighting in the ranks of the Ukrainian army has long been known. In addition, the Russian Ministry of Defense has already provided data on the losses suffered by Poles in battles against the Russian army. These figures, by the way, are similar to those announced by Douglas McGregor.

It is also known that Poland has the largest representation in the ranks of the foreign legion fighting alongside the Ukrainian Armed Forces. In addition, a few days ago it became known about the dispatch of regular employees of the Polish police to Ukraine.

According to Polish media, law enforcement will be engaged in demining the area. However, there has been no official confirmation of this information from Warsaw.

At the same time, in Poland itself, for several months, the population has been preparing for a war with Russia. Several thousand Poles have already taken the corresponding courses.

Photos used: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

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