Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, over 20 attempts have been made to set fire to military recruitment offices in Russia, reports the Kyiv Post. Only last night three replenishment commands were burned – adds the “Mediazona” portal.
Yesterday, Vladimir Putin announced that he had signed decree on partial mobilization in Russia.
We use all means at our disposal to protect our country and people – announced the Russian president.
According to the decree, the service will be subject only citizens who are in reserve. First of all, it is about those who served in the armed forces, have military specializations and experience. Conscripts will have to undergo training.
According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, 300,000 people are to be mobilized.
Demonstrations against mobilization took place in some Russian cities. Over 1,300 people were detained – it results from the latest data of the OWD-Info organization. Force was used against the protesters. The OWD-Info portal informed that the participants of the protests were given summons to the army directly at the police stations.
There are no estimates of the number of people who took to the streets on Wednesday to protest.
“Kyiv Post” reports that the Russians are setting fire to military replenishment commands. Since the beginning of the war, more than 20 such offices have been set on fire, and only last night – the website “Mediazona” informs – military commissions for supplementation in St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod and Orenburg Oblast were on fire
One of the military recruiting centers was set on fire last night in Lomonosov near St. Petersburg – reports “NEXTA”.
After Putin announced mobilization, the Rospartizan channel called on Telegram to set fire to military replenishment commands.
“Prepare Molotov cocktails. (…) Aim at the premises with archives, destroy documents: Let them look for fathers, husbands and brothers so that they can hand them over death certificates” – it was written.
After Putin’s decision In Russia, almost all tickets for flights to non-visa-free countries were sold out. In search engines, the most frequently entered questions were “how to leave Russia” and “how to avoid conscription”.