Even Russians who have not yet mobilized call the hotline for surrendering – intelligence

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Even Russians who haven't mobilized – intelligence are calling the hotline for surrender

Partial mobilization in Russia is obviously a failure for the Kremlin. Now the hotline for the surrender of “I Want to Live” is receiving calls from those who have not yet been mobilized.

Andrei Yusov, a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Defense Ministry, said this on the air of a nationwide telethon. Often, Russians who have not yet been mobilized call on the phone to find out what to do if they are called up.

Russians have low motivation

Andrey Yusov explained actions of Russians with low motivation and the same psycho-emotional state. The representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense noted that men from the temporarily occupied Crimea are contacting the hotline.

There are a lot of calls to the hotline now from newly mobilized Russians or even from those who have not yet been mobilized. They call and say: “If I am mobilized, what are my actions, what should I do, how to show myself correctly?” Yusov said.

At the same time, the situation in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions is tragic – the mobilization ended there before it began. The reason for this is simple – there are simply no men left who could be mobilized. There are only those who work in enterprises, or are sick.

But, nevertheless, there is another problem. Andrey Yusov suggested that after the pseudo-referendums and the issuance of Russian passports, Russia may begin mobilization in other temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.

Partial mobilization in Russia: the main thing

On September 21, during an appeal to the Russians, Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin announced the beginning of a partial mobilization. Subsequently, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu clarified that they allegedly wanted to mobilize 300,000 reservists, although, in fact, summonses began to be distributed to all those liable for military service. According to Russian media, the Kremlin does not publish the part of the decree on mobilization, which refers to plans, since there the figure is not 300 thousand, but 1 million people.

Meanwhile, protests began in a number of Russian cities – Russians at 7 th month of a full-scale invasion decided to oppose the war and mobilization. Many Russians are fleeing abroad. At the same time, protests are gaining momentum in Dagestan.

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