General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine: people with disabilities and cancer patients are mobilized in Russia
On September 21, Putin announced a "partial" mobilization. However, "partial" it is only formally. So, men with disabilities, oncology and large families are thrown to the front.
This was reported by the press service of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
In the Russian Federation and parts of the regions of Ukraine temporarily occupied by Russia, so-called “partial” mobilization activities continue. In remote settlements of the Russian Federation, the entire male population of a certain age category is subject to mobilization, despite the lack of experience in military service in the past and combat experience. There are frequent cases of mobilization of people with disabilities, cancer patients, parents with many children and people over sixty years old, the report says.
People go to rallies against forced mobilization.
The leader of Chechnya, first of all, throws the relatives of activists participating in anti-mobilization rallies to the front line.
It is reported that newly arrived personnel must purchase winter uniforms and protective equipment at their own expense.
There is a tendency for people of military age to look for ways to evade mobilization. So, in the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, men, in order to avoid mobilization, try to pay off with a bribe, go outside the Russian Federation, find a job at a critical infrastructure enterprise, or commit a petty crime, the report says.
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