Voices from Russia

Monday, 8 May 2017

8 May 2017. From Russia With Love… Russian Dog Dobrynya Joins the Gendarmes!

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The MVD Rossii sent puppy Dobrynya to their French counterparts after ISIS terrorists killed Diesel, a 7-year-old police dog, during a siege in Saint-Denis that followed the Paris attacks in November 2015.  The puppy has grown up well… he’s healthy, playful, and everybody knows of his big appetite.  Moreover, he found a girlfriend in France!

BMD

Sunday, 19 March 2017

19 March 2017. Russian Sappers Enroute to Palmyra to Demine the City

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Here’s a Russian sapper preparing to embark for Syria, to demine liberated Palmyra. He’s got his canine friend along to help him! Russian sappers, alongside their Syrian, Iranian, and Hizbullah counterparts, have already demined much of liberated Free Aleppo. They’ll do the same in Palmyra… yes, these guys are on guard for peace, too… keeping the world safe from the likes of McCain and Clinton.

One last thing… these guys are going to Syria with the full blessing of the Syrian government. The Americans going there didn’t ask permission of Syria… that makes them aggressors and invaders. Wouldn’t that make the American Establishment (both Republican and Democratic) eligible for a “war crimes trial?” Perspirin’ minds wanna know…

BMD

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Russia Allows Draftees to Serve With Pets

00 Russian army soldier with dog. 02.10.13

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Ahead of the autumn draft, which began on Tuesday, General Yevgeni Burdinsky, deputy head of the General Staff‘s Chief Organisation and Mobilisation Directorate, said that Russian conscripts whose dogs have training in certain activities are welcome to do their mandatory year of military service with their pets. He said, “If a conscript and his dog have undergone special training courses and have acquired certain skills, then, such specialists are in demand with the Russian forces. During our draft we pay attention to a conscript’s request to do military service together with his pet”. Contrary to popular belief, German shepherd dogs aren’t the only ones in demand. Burdinsky observed, “For example, a spaniel is a hunting dog. It has search abilities and can locate drugs. We seek out such dogs. The dog’s breed isn’t important, but its training is”.

1 October 2013

RIA-Novosti

http://www.en.rian.ru/russia/20131001/183889934/Russia-Allows-Army-Draftees-to-Serve-With-Pets.html

 

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

4 September 2012. Cold Noses and Slurpy Tongues… and Unfeigned Love All ‘Round

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