The Ukrainian millionaire asked the army to bomb his house after being occupied by the Russian army.
Andrey Stavnitser said he saw Russian troops and artillery move to his property through security cameras.
Stavnitser said Ukrainian troops had taken out Russians and destroyed his mansion.
Ukrainian millionaires say he asked the troops of his country to bomb his mansion after seeing him seized and occupied by Russian troops.
Andrey Stavnitser, CEO of Ukrainian IT company TransInvest Service, Talked to ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” He saw the Russian army, Including tornado rocket launcherMove to his property near Irpin, via a security camera on March 5th. Irpin is a town outside the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv.
“They destroyed most of the cameras in the house, but there was one small amateur webcam,” he said.
Stavnitzer, who left Ukraine for Poland after the Russian invasion, said his guards were captured, undressed, cross-examined and sent into the woods.
“There were 12 military vehicles on my territory, including rocket launchers, grenades, tornadoes,” says Stavnitser. “They were basically starting to shoot Kyiv from my house.”
Stavnitzer told GMB that he felt “sick” when he saw the army at home and called the Ukrainian army to give him the blessing to destroy his home.
“Thankfully, they were destroyed by the Ukrainian army,” he said.
The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense did not immediately respond to insider requests for comment. Stavnitser The posted image of what he said was a destroyed Russian cannon On his Facebook page earlier this month.
Speaking of “GMB,” Stavnitser said he doesn’t care about the house, even though it’s brand new and spends a lot of time on it.
“It was a kind of obvious decision for me. There wasn’t much you could do to help the army, and that was one of the opportunities I had,” he told GMB.
“I want to do everything for Ukraine to win.”
Russian troops have been with Kieu for the past few weeks Relocated them in the Donbus area.. Russia initially expected to occupy Kyiv within a few days, but failed in the face of strong Ukrainian resistance.
President Volodymyr Zelensky at video address on Monday Said Russia has launched an attack on Donbus. Donbus was largely dominated by the separatist forces of the Kremlin supporters before Russia invaded Ukraine.
“It can be said that the Russian army has begun a battle for the long-prepared Donbus. Most of the Russian army is focused on this attack,” Zelensky said.
“No matter how many Russian soldiers are driven there, we will fight. We will protect ourselves. We will do this every day. We will not give any Ukrainians.”
Zelensky, who Stavnitzer told GMB that he personally knows, was an inspirational leader in toning the whole of Ukraine.
“I’m really proud to have such a president,” he said.
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