Shocking footage shows Russian troops showing off ROCKET LAUNCHERS and AK-47s to primary school kids

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SHOCKING footage shows Vladimir Putin’s men showing off rocket launchers to children during a visit to a primary school.

The worrying clip shows Russian troops showing a Kalashnikov machine gun and an anti-tank grenade launcher to children as young as four years old.

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A Russian soldier showing schoolchildren rocket launchers[/caption]

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He can be seen teaching kids as young as four about Kalashnikov machine guns[/caption]

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The clip was filmed at a school in Korolev, near Moscow[/caption]

The video was filmed during the soldiers’ visit to Kindergarten No. 31 in Korolev, near Moscow to teach them about the “qualities that distinguish a true defender of the Motherland”.

The soldier in the video, Pavel Firsov is a member of a militaristic pro-Kremlin movement called Combat Brotherhood.

Firsov is a “veteran of military operations” and regularly gives military lessons to older children.

The video has emerged as Putin’s war rages on, with Moscow evacuating civilians from the occupied city of Kherson in anticipation of a Ukrainian offensive to reclaim the city.

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Ukraine’s military spy chief Kyrylo Budanov said Russian forces were preparing to defend Kherson city, not retreat.

“They are creating the illusion that all is lost. Yet at the same time they are moving new military units in and preparing to defend the streets of Kherson,” he told the Ukrainska Pravda.

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces said on Facebook that Russian forces had launched three missile and seven air raids throughout Ukraine in the last 24 hours, damaging infrastructure in the regions of Donetsk and Kharkiv.

About ten towns came under attack in the Zaporizhzhia region of central Ukraine, it said, as did eight towns on the southern front.


As Ukrainian fighters are advancing into Kherson, Russian officials have repeatedly accused Kyiv of planning to detonate a “dirty bomb.”

Russian war boss Sergei Shoigu warned that the brutal warzone is risking “uncontrolled escalation” as Putin’s forces continue to be pushed back across the frontline.

Shoigu suggested that Ukraine could actually be the one to detonate a “dirty bomb” – an explosive laced with radioactive material.

Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, told a media briefing that the aim of such an attack would be to blame the catastrophic consequences on Moscow and paint Russia as a “nuclear terrorist.”

Western officials have dismissed the claims and said in a joint statement: “Our countries made clear that we all reject Russia’s transparently false allegations that Ukraine is preparing to use a dirty bomb on its own territory.

“The world would see through any attempt to use this allegation as a pretext for escalation.”

Meanwhile, in an overnight address, Ukrainian President Zelensky had said that the claim was a sign Moscow was planning such an attack itself and would blame Ukraine.

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He said: “If Russia calls and says that Ukraine is allegedly preparing something, it means one thing: Russia has already prepared all this.”

Earlier today Russia’s Defence Ministry said Moscow’s forces are prepared to work in conditions of radioactive contamination.

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