Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 56

Russiantroops withdrawn from Eastern Europe have faced a difficult timein finding housing and even basing. Even in regions near Moscow,local officials have rejected the Russian army’s request thatland be rented with promises, rather than cash, and have urgedthe army "not to cultivate the tradition of the Russian armyof taking Russian cities and towns by storm," Voronezhskiykurier reported May 30. As a result, the Russian forces arenow based in "nowhereland," their commanders say.

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