Russian Paratroopers Motivated by Raccoon Stolen From Ukraine, According to a Report

Russian paratroopers say racoon has been used as a morale booster for their troops . Video of retreating Russian forces stealing animals from a zoo emerged from Ukraines Kherson a week earlier .

A video of retreating Russian forces stealing animals from a zoo emerged from Ukraine's Kherson a week earlier.A racoon, according to Russia, has been used as a morale booster for its forces.According to a segment on Russia 1st regional slot from the city of Kostroma, the tiny animal assaulted the hearts of a country's paratrooper unit and fired up their souls, according to the program.The animal, whose name was chosen as Kherson after an online poll, was a lad in the prime of his life.Unknown Paratrooper explains what happened with the racoon.

Of course, we will all win.The raccoon has become a symbol of our organization, according to Ukraine's Ministry of Defense, who issued a strong statement on social media earlier this week condemning the removal of the animals from the Kherson Zoo.The occupiers took everything from Kherson, including paintings from art galleries, items from museums, and ancient manuscripts from libraries.But a raccoon they robbed from a zoo was their most valuable possession.

The talks, however, aim to defuse existing barriers to the initiative, which was extended last week, and address global food shortages by unblocking Ukrainian and Russian exports, they said.

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