Ukraine mocks Russia’s ‘Squid Game’-like soldiers’ quarters [Watch]

The Defense Ministry of Ukraine on Thursday released a video showing the quarters of Russian soldiers, which looked similar to the rooms of the participants of the Netflix series “Squid Game”.

The Defense Ministry also quipped that streaming giant Netflix had already exited the Russian market in the middle of the war, but “Squid Game” is still left.

“Until recently, Russians enjoyed the ‘Squid Game’ series on Netflix. After Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Netflix exited the Russian market, but ‘Squid Game’ remains,” reads the post.

Many social media users commented on the Defense Ministry’s post, uploading memes that also appeared to mock Russian army quarters.

In one meme, a “Squid Game” actor was visibly upset when told to report to the Russian Mobilization Center.

In another post, a social media user uploaded a clip from the “Squid Game” showing the Netflix series’ infamous guards.

The video, released by Ukraine’s Defense Ministry, is the latest in a series of pieces of evidence pointing to overcrowding in the Russian army’s living quarters.

Footage released on the Baza-Telegram channel on Monday showed many of Moscow’s new conscripts sleeping on the floor because there were no beds in the mobilization centers. Other clip The Ukraine Reporter, shared by the Twitter account, showed a Russian conscript recounting how his unit members are being denied access to food, water and the toilet after they complained about their cramped quarters.

In addition to poor living conditions, new Russian conscripts are also being asked to buy everything they need on the battlefield with their own money, including winter gear and military equipment, according to a report by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (UAF).

Some units have also been told to buy their first aid kits and tampons for women with which to treat gunshot wounds on the battlefield, adding that the Russian army would not provide them with their basic needs.

The videos show conditions in Russian quarters after President Vladimir Putin announced partial mobilization last week. The order will call up up to 300,000 reservists to bolster Moscow’s army in the war in Ukraine.

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