A Russian woman who considered herself a military correspondent was blown up by a mine.
In the temporarily occupied territory of the Donetsk region, a novice Russian military commander, Zemfira Suleymanova, died.
This is reported by the propaganda Telegram channel WarGonzo.
It is noted that Suleymanova arrived in Donbass quite recently. There, she allegedly was engaged in humanitarian assistance and realized “the dream of becoming a real military journalist.”
According to the Russians, Suleymanova made a “good will gesture” and hit a mine.
As UNIAN reported earlier, a tractor of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia was blown up by a mine in Mariupol temporarily occupied by Russian invaders.