Due to lack of military, Russia may turn to recruiting mercenaries from prisons – UK
Russia may switch to recruiting mercenaries from prisons/collage 24 channels
Russia suffers significant losses in the war with Ukraine and has personnel problems amid covert mobilization. The Kremlin is probably preparing to switch to recruiting mercenaries from prisons.
Russia may switch to non-traditional army recruitment
The corresponding data was published by the intelligence of the British Ministry of Defense. It is reported that the lack of personnel may force the Russian Ministry of Defense to switch to non-traditional manning.
According to British intelligence, we are talking about recruiting personnel from Russian prisons for the private military company Wagner.
Earlier, British Defense Intelligence reported that the Russians were gathering reserve forces from all over the country to transfer them to Ukraine . To do this, the enemy deploys MT-LB armored vehicles taken from long-term storage.
Amnesty is promised to Zeka in Russia
- The Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine informed that recruitment to private military companies has intensified in Russia. In PIK, Russia began to recruit even convicts directly from places of deprivation of liberty in order to subsequently send them to Donbass.
- It was reported that Russia has stepped up recruitment in the Republic of Adygea. The gathering of recruits takes place at a military training ground near the Molkino farm, located in the Krasnodar Territory. It is known as a training base for Wagner fighters.
- At the same time, similar work is carried out in prisons in Rostov-on-Don, St. Petersburg and Nizhny Novgorod. All of them are promised a full amnesty upon signing a contract for 6 months.
- Russia is doing similar work in the unrecognized Transnistria. There, the Russians are agitating men to sign a contract with the Russian army. The invaders recruit people from 19 to 40 years old. The occupiers are also putting pressure on conscripts to sign contracts.
- Against the backdrop of losses in the war with Ukraine, the Russian military refuse to fight and want to leave the army en masse. the occupiers are already rioting and don’t want to follow orders.