Putin was told that the decree on mobilization in Russia is still valid


Putin was told that the decree on mobilization in Russia is still valid

Vladimir Putin's decree on declaring partial mobilization in Russia continues to operate. As Kremlin dictator spokesman Dmitry Peskov explained, this is because the decree “has other functions besides conscription.”

True, Peskov did not disclose specific examples of these measures. However, they are related to the performance of duties by military personnel.

According to him, “other measures” relate, in particular, to the closed clause of the decree related to the number of mobilized. Peskov refused to specify the details of “other measures.”

Curious! However, the call-up within the framework of “partial” mobilization, as Peskov continues to assert, is completed.

According to him, the conscription was carried out until the established size of the army of infidels was reached. The hostile Ministry of Defense reported that the set number was reached, and the call of citizens was stopped.

Russia is preparing for a new wave of mobilization

The Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine reported that Russia is suffering crazy losses in the war against Ukraine and is preparing for a new wave of mobilization. Within its limits, special attention will be paid to residents of the “central regions” of the aggressor country.

Yes, employees of the military registration and enlistment offices are already arriving at the enterprises of the Russian capital. On the spot, they hold “campaign events” among the workers. Relevant measures are accompanied by moral pressure and intimidation of employees of enterprises. The greatest interest among the military commissars is caused by men aged 40-55 who have served in the army and have certain military specialties.

At the same time, the enemy continues to forcibly mobilize men from the occupied territories of Donbass and the Luhansk region. The Russians are trying to establish the place of residence of men and promise “unemployment payments”.

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