Data from official documents of captured Russian occupants, which are in the possession of the SBU, show that the average Russian invader has a school education, a liter of vodka is a mandatory element in his diet, and footcloths are issued once every three months.
"Do you want to understand a generalized portrait of the average Russian invader? He usually has only a school education, walks in the same footwear for three months in a row, and the obligatory element of his "diet" is 1 liter of vodka," the Ukrainian security service said in a message in the department's Telegram channel.
The SBU stresses that this is not a joke or an exaggeration, as this is exactly the data contained in the service documents of the captured Russian captors, which are at the disposal of the SBU.
The video released by the SBU shows the documents - the conducting of a socio-psychological portrait of the personnel by officers of the Russian army. These documents, in particular, include a column on the social origin of the military with an archaic gradation into "workers, peasants, intellectuals, etc."
The diet norms for Russian Army personnel include "one liter of vodka" and "mead".
Also the Russian military, according to the documents cited by the SBU, are instructed that antifreeze is poison, as evidenced by the signatures. Additional materials of Russian commanders also contain a list of "days of military glory," which do not actually exist.