How many Russian soldiers have died fighting in Ukraine, Russia is obfuscating. While the head of the Kremlin claims that a maximum of 6,000 men lost their lives, according to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky (44), more than 50,000 Russian soldiers have already been killed. According to experts, this is the reason why the modern-day dictator announced mobilization during his televised address. He wants to call up more than 300,000 men to the war. “It depends on the way in which the mobilization will take place. On the one hand, Putin talked about the fact that it should concern approximately 300,000 reservists, but there is nothing like that in the text of the decree itself. And thus, de facto anyone can receive a summons. Everything depends on the Ministry of Defense,” Alexander Duleba, an expert on Ukraine and adviser to the Slovak Prime Minister, told our newspaper, adding that there is great uncertainty among Russians. General Pavel Macko explains that although mandatory 12-month military service is still valid in Russia, partial mobilization does not mean calling up all years. “At this moment, call-up orders are coming to the home addresses of soldiers who have either completed mandatory military training in the recent past, but also professional soldiers and members of the security services who have served in the security forces for a longer time, but in the meantime have left for civilian life,” he clarifies. “Meanwhile, Russia the federation has taken measures in the area of criminal law, where laws have been significantly tightened in order to force people to show up so that they do not avoid service. destroy Russia. Therefore, in order to keep his country safe, he even threatened to use nuclear weapons and pointed out that this was no joke. However, Putin’s decision to call up conscripts is not to everyone’s taste. During the large protests that broke out after the mobilization was announced, the police arrested more than 1,332 people. Demonstrations are taking place in dozens of Russian cities. The Moscow Prosecutor’s Office warned Protestants that participating in protests and unauthorized “mass events” is a crime, for which they face a harsh punishment of up to 15 years. However, this did not deter many. “I will do anything, but I will not go to the front. prison than to accept the fact that I will die in the war,” said one of the men in Moscow to the BBC. The article continues on the next page: HOW MUCH WILL THE RUSSIANS PAY TO ESCAPE THE ODOR? »»»
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