February 4, 2023


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Deputy Ataman died in Ukraine.  Cusack fought for Putin - o2

Deputy Ataman died in Ukraine. Cusack fought for Putin – o2

The Ukrainian Armed Forces eliminated the deputy ataman of the Novorossiysk Cossacks. Press Service of the Kuban Cossack Army [nazwa od historyczno-geograficznej krainy w Rosji, leżącej w dorzeczu rzeki Kubań] Report the death of Nikolai Aristov, who fought in Ukraine in the self-proclaimed “People’s Republics”.

Deputy Ataman died in Ukraine. Cossacks fought for Putin

The Cossack died on July 29, but his death was officially announced six days later. Aristov, 46, apparently has a wife and son – the Russian media reported that the young Aristov was fighting in Ukraine as a contract soldier.

Cusack, 46, was a retired police officer. In addition to participating in the invasion of Ukraine, in 2002 Aristov took part in hostilities in the territory of Dagestan.

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The deputy ataman of the Novorossiysk Oblast Assembly of Cossacks, Nikolai Aristov, left his wife and son and went on a quest for adventure in Ukraine. According to the Cossack tradition, she was officially demilitarized and demilitarized, writes Anatoly Stefan (Sterlitz), an officer in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

1.5 thousand people participated in the invasion of Ukraine. The population of Kobania, of which there are about a thousand Cossacks. According to the regional authorities, they are all volunteers.

Military Cossack societies today have little in common with popular social initiatives and the non-state sector, as well as with folklore and reconstruction societies. The main distinguishing features are submission to the Kremlin and mutual benefit (service in exchange for concessions and contracts). This is the result of the long-term policy of the Kremlin, which led to the transformation of a spontaneous social movement into a top-down movement, as Golanta Darczyuska explains in the work “Putin’s Cossacks. Folklore, Business or Politics?”.