The number of callers to the helpline called “I want to live” has increased significantly in connection with the mobilization for war announced by Russia. People who have received a summons to the army, as well as those who have not yet received it, turn there. “They call (and ask):” What should I do if they motivate me to give up properly? “- said Yusov.
A representative of HUR, cited by the Hromadske portal, said that many inhabitants of the annexed Crimea have recently called the hotline.
Yusov was convinced that mobilization in Russia would take place in several stages, so even if someone did not receive a summons to the army, they might get it later.
“Some of the newly mobilized with little preparation are actually sent to the front straight away. Another part will be left behind to form new troops,” Yusov said.
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President of Russia On September 21, Vladimir Putin announced a partial military mobilization in a speech broadcast by state television, and the decree he signed made mobilization activities commenced on the same day. He explained that “the West’s goal is to weaken, divide and destroy Russia” and that his country “uses all means at its disposal to defend itself.”
According to the decree, military service covers citizens who are in reserve – primarily those who have served in the armed forces, and have certain military specializations, as well as experience.
Novaya Gazeta on Thursday. Jewropa said the secret point 7 of Vladimir Putin’s decree allows the defense ministry to mobilize one million people. Officially, the authorities say about 300,000. people.
Source: PAP, Onet
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