At the end of March, RIA Novosti, citing an informed source, wrote that the United States intended to send former servicemen of the Afghan national army to the war zone in Ukraine.

According to Kabulov, part of the Afghan special forces were sent to fight in Iraq and Syria.

“And the other part of these former special forces, like mercenaries, apparently they were promised money for money, because you have to live on something, they join the Ukrainian Nazis,” Kabulov said.

He stressed that the decision to join the Ukrainian Nazi formations does not depend on the representatives of the Taliban movement*.

Earlier it became known that 21 mercenaries from the United States were killed in Ukraine over the past four weeks.

Also, 36 mercenaries from Canada and 33 from Romania were eliminated.

* "Taliban" - the organization is under UN sanctions for terrorist activities.