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Learn about special forces and mercenaries fighting in Ukraine

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Journalist Luis Kawaguti interviews live with reserve colonel Fernando Montenegro, specialist in Special Forces and former CNN Portugal correspondent on Ukraine.

In this week’s live from the Games column of War, which will be this Tuesday (

), Starting at 21H30, Montenegro will explain in depth the differences between fighters from groups such as Spetsnaz, Wagner Group, Chechens, legionaries and Western special forces active in the Ukrainian war.

The War Games column features exclusive reports on the war industry, armed forces, conflict zones and geopolitics. These topics are discussed in depth in weekly conversations with experts in the field.

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