TWO sisters were horrified to realise their dad had been murdered by Russian troops after recognising him by his T-shirt in a shallow grave.
Victor Sydorenko, 53, was slaughtered by Vladimir Putin‘s soldiers as they brutally tortured and killed people in the Termakhivka village in the Kyiv region.
Shocking footage shows his two daughters sobbing as they spotted their dad’s body in a shallow grave.
One cried out: “It’s daddy. That’s his T-shirt.”
Residents of the village told Radio Free Europe that Russian troops blindfolded people and tied their hands behind their backs before leaving them to lie outside for 15 days.
Several people were reportedly killed and buried by Putin’s butchers.
According to one villager, a drunk Russian soldier told them: “You’ll be digging up the people we buried here for a long time.”
The village’s plight has been revealed as Ukrainian defenders continue to push back and recapture seized land.
Russia has lost nearly a billion dollars worth of weapons in Ukraine’s blitz which has seen large swathes of territory liberated.
Ukrainians hope to refurbish the captured weapons to use in the fight against Putin’s forces and end the war.
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The Russian tyrant’s forces appear to have suffered an astonishing collapse, with Ukraine estimating to have reclaimed some 6,000 sqq km of territory from the invaders.
According to calculations by Forbes, Russia has lost at least $700 million worth of equipment from the beginning of the Ukrainian offensive on September 6 until the September 11.
And it also estimates Moscow’s forces are losing a battalion’s worth of kit per day, which includes a huge stash of equipment – so the figure is continuing to rise.
It comes as Putin faces calls to resign from Russian officials after as nation suffers “significant” setbacks amid the Ukrainian counterattack.
Dmitry Palyuga, a St Petersburg’s Smolninsky District councillor, said: “We believe that the decision made by president Putin to start the special military operation is detrimental to the security of Russia and its citizens.”
It is reported Russian soldiers have been seen surrendering en masse in the face of the lightning blitz.
Ukrainian officials have said they have captured so many soldiers that they are struggling to house them.