The brave soldiers have printed pictures of him alongside other “war criminals” onto the deck, in a similar move to US fighters against Saddam Hussein in Iraq.
There are two editions of the cards, including one featuring Putin and the Russian government and another with photos of their top military officers.
Ukrainian armed forces chief Valerii Zaluzhnyi worked alongside volunteers from the international intelligence community InformNapalm to produce the cards.
He declared: “By the joint efforts of the military and volunteers, by the efforts of all people of goodwill…racism will inevitably be beaten.”
Ukrainian soldiers who use the cards to play games as they relax will be able to identify people of interest – such as a Russian soldier accused of killing an innocent 62-year-old bloke, who was the first soldier to go to court for war crimes this week.
Tank commander Vadim Shishimarin, 21, is accused of using an assault rifle to shoot the unarmed civilian as he rode his bicycle along the street.
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Tragically, it isn’t the only alleged war crime – a Ukrainian government statement believes Russian military personnel have carried out over 10,000 possible war crimes.
Soldiers have also been accused of raping innocent Ukrainian children and Dame Barbara Woodward, Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations, said: “ Russia is committing four of the Security Council’s six grave violations against children in times of war.
“There is now a very real risk of a lost generation, and the continuation of a cycle of violence, caused by Russia’s invasion and the devastation it has created.”
Ukrainian generals are hoping their playing cards will have the same success in bringing down war criminals as the American deck in the Iraq war.
Of the 52 cards given to US troops to help them recognise enemy henchmen, the vast majority were eventually captured or killed.