Russian fighter wakes up to a Ukrainian soldier standing over him with a gun

A video has emerged that purportedly shows the moment a Kremlin soldier was woken up from a nap by a Ukrainian soldier who was standing over him with a gun

The video, which has been shared on Twitter, allegedly shows one of Vladimir Putin's men asleep under a red blanket in a forest campsite made by Russian forces in Ukraine..

But he was crept up on by a Ukrainian soldier who spotted the fighter while he was sneaking through the area.

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The clip shows the armed troop moving closer to the Russian soldier as he slept before he stood over him and said: "Good evening, I'm from Ukraine."

Suddenly, the fighter is jolted awake and pulls the blanket off his head before he realises there is a Ukrainian soldier pointing a gun at him.

The video ended as soon as the soldier's face became visible so it is not clear what happened next.

The news comes after a former inmate at an infamous pro-Russian prisoner of war detention centre has spoken out about the brutal conditions insidethe nightmare facility.

Anna Vorosheva, who spent 100 days inside Olenivka detention centre, has spilt the beans on the horrifying conditions Ukrainian prisoners of war are being subjected to.

The prison outside of Donetsk has been close to some of the longest-running and most brutal fighting.

The jail was once a Soviet-era technical school but was transformed into a prison in the 1980s.

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Now it is in use again after being abandoned. While it is believed understood some 2,500 people are held there but Anna believes that number could have risen to as many as 4,000.

Anna, 45, said she was detained there after being picked up at a checkpoint by fighters of the pro-Russian Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR).

She was held on charges of ‘terrorism’ despite only trying to take humanitarian supplies into the besieged city of Mariupol.

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