The Times spoke about the alleged participation of Ukrainian prisoners of war in the May 9 Parade

The British media suggested that in Russia during the parade on May 9, hundreds of prisoners of war of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are planned to pass through Red Square. This, in particular, was reported by The Times.

According to the British newspaper, up to 500 former Ukrainian servicemen and captured mercenaries who fought for the interests of Kyiv can pass through the streets of the Russian capital. As an illustration to the material, The Times placed images of two British citizens who were captured by Russian troops in Mariupol in April: 48-year-old Sean Pinner and 28-year-old Aiden Eslin. The British were captured during the capture of the RF Armed Forces under the control of the plant "MMK named after Ilyich".

Previously, both fighters participated in hostilities in Iraq and Syria. After being captured, Pinner and Eslyn approached British Prime Minister Boris Johnson with a request to exchange them.

Meanwhile, another story about Victory Day is circulating in the Western media. In particular, the British newspaper Daily Mail and the American television channel CNN spoke about Moscow's alleged plans to announce a general mobilization on May 9. Initially, this rumor was launched by the head of the British military department on the air of the LBC television channel.

It's not true, it's nonsense

- commented the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov.
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  1. Offline (Irina Gorskova) 4 May 2022 16: 35
    Those British SMIs who suggest this are nothing more than DB. The winners can participate in the parade. The rest is only after the defeat, as the vanquished and nonentities.
    1. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
      Bulanov (Vladimir) 5 May 2022 10: 06
      If prisoners can pass anywhere, it is in Donetsk or Mariupol.
  2. Professor Offline Professor
    Professor (Paul) 4 May 2022 17: 10
    Not in the Victory Parade, they will participate, but in the run along the Moscow Ring Road. With a horse-drawn escort and watering machines.
  3. power day Offline power day
    power day (power day) 4 May 2022 17: 16
    If Peskov really answered as stated in the article, then he is a cre*in.
    1. skeptic Offline skeptic
      skeptic 4 May 2022 17: 34
      Quote from powerday
      If Peskov really answered as stated in the article, then he is a cre*in.

      He correctly answered the question of provocateurs. Who told you that a military special operation is the main one? If the West bets on the economic destruction of Russia, then it will die from the economic "sword". The prolongation of hostilities in Ukraine is shattering the whole world. And this is the beginning of the end of the "Brzezik peace". You can't rush. They will destroy themselves. Then it remains only to push in the right direction. Without a global, nuclear war. Go to heaven, we always have time.
      By the way, the special operation is carried out for denazification and demilitarization, and not for the humiliation of the Ukrainian people. The rest is a provocation of impudent Saks.
  4. power day Offline power day
    power day (power day) 4 May 2022 17: 17
    You give pranksters Vovan and Lexus instead of Peskov!!
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  6. guest Offline guest
    guest 8 May 2022 00: 44
    There will be no prisoners of war there, but it would not be bad to throw their banners at the feet of the winners, as was already done in the 45th.