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UA war instruction 5013 USB 1940 UTC 12 Feb 2023
« on: February 12, 2023, 1959 UTC »
1940 S9+35  M Ru  Free Ukrainian radio broadcasts unprecedented transmission:
instructions to Russian and Belarusian soldiers on how to proceed when surrendering to Ukrainian captivity.

     How to properly surrender to captivity.
Instructions for Russian and Belarusian soldiers:
- throw aside the weapon
- stand straight, raise your hands up or a white flag
- shout loudly I give up
- groups or subunits are to lay down their weapons in front of each other at a sufficient distance
- military equipment is to be immobilized and turned off
- a negotiator can be sent to arrange guarantees for prisoners of war
- those who voluntarily laid down their arms and military equipment may soon call their families or
  loved one to notify them of their whereabouts
     Ukraine is not an aggressor and fulfills the conditions of the 1949 Geneva Convention.
     At the end of captivity, the prisoners of war are released and return to their home country after
  warfare are over.
    Valuable items and money will be returned to them.
« Last Edit: February 13, 2023, 0001 UTC by kris »
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