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Sniper Wally returns to Canada from Ukraine ‘disappointed’

Wally volunteered to fight for Ukraine in response to a call from President Volodymyr Zelensky. Leaving his wife and son in Canada, he arrived in Ukraine to confront Russian forces. However, he came back disappointed. News of RT News.

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One of the best snipers in the world arrived in Ukraine as a volunteer to fight against the Russian army. Returning to Quebec recently, he told local media about his “terrible frustration” with the Ukrainian army.

The Canadian sniper, also known as Wally, claimed that Ukraine had suffered heavy losses due to the inefficiency of the Ukrainian army, its propensity for corruption, inadequate weapons and poor training.

In March, Wally volunteered to fight for Ukraine in response to a call from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. He was widely publicized in the Western media at the time. Spanish media called him ‘the best sniper in the world’. Wally also received rave reviews in the US media.

Wali can target people from about 3 and a half kilometers away with his weapon. He went to Iraq in 2015 as a volunteer to fight the Islamic State. The 40-year-old sharpshooter also flew to Afghanistan twice between 2009 and 2011 as a sniper with the Canadian Armed Forces. He recently arrived in Ukraine to confront Russian forces, leaving his wife and son in Canada. However, he came back disappointed.

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