May 16, 2022

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"The most dangerous sniper in the world," a volunteer in Ukraine, can reach 40 fatal injuries in a single day!

“The most dangerous sniper in the world,” a volunteer in Ukraine, can reach 40 fatal injuries in a single day!

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said in a statement that Ukraine was attracting more than 20,000 foreigners from 52 countries to fight against Russia.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has called for the creation of an “international brigade” of volunteers from around the world to oppose the Russian occupation, according to a statement issued by the National Interest.

Many of these volunteers are Canadian veterans, including a sniper nicknamed “Wally”.

Wally was in the elite ranks of the 22nd Royal Regiment of the Canadian Army. He told the Canadian CBC that he had crossed the border into Ukraine from Poland.

This is not the first time Wally has come forward to help with his war skills, as he has joined forces with Kurdish forces fighting ISIS in northern Iraq many years ago. A week ago, he worked as a software developer, and now he is fighting in Ukraine.

“Wally” mentioned that the Ukrainians welcomed him and the other Canadian soldiers who traveled with him by hugging and shaking hands, “they are very happy to have us.

Wally said the Ukrainians should be given help because they are being bombed for “wanting to be Europeans, not Russians”.

According to India Today, Wally is considered one of the best snipers in the world as he can achieve 40 dangerous wins in a day.

Wally served twice as a sniper with the Canadian Armed Forces in Afghanistan in 2009 and 2011, while in the same war battalion he was a dangerous sniper capable of astonishing “dangerous success” from a distance of 3.5 kilometers.

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Wally is married and has a one-year-old son the following week, and his father is involved in the war in Ukraine.

About that, Wally said he would miss his son’s birthday, which was the hardest part of his decision to join the fighting in Ukraine.

The National Interests Report pointed out that Kiev required foreign fighters to sign 3-year agreements with the security forces, with the aim of providing them with protection under the law of war, in order to be treated like any Ukrainian soldier.

Volunteers came from many countries, including the United States, Canada, Finland, Britain, Georgia, Sweden, the Czech Republic, France, Belgium and Belarus.

The National Interests Report points out that the presence of these foreign militants raises concerns that Russia may use them as evidence that NATO is involved in the conflict.

The newspaper report confirms that foreign volunteers are playing a key role in preventing Russian progress, especially as wars intensify in several Ukrainian cities.

According to data from “Al-Hurra” and international strategic studies, the number of Russian armed forces in Ukraine is about 900,000, compared to 209,000.

The newspaper quoted an unnamed official in Ukraine as saying that the International Military Unit was one of the components of Ukraine’s regular armed forces and that they were responsible for the Ukrainian authorities and civilians serving under the command of certain foreign units. Fight in the front row.

A spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry said that Moscow would consider these foreign fighters as mercenaries and that if caught they would not enjoy prisoner of war status under the Geneva Convention.

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