October 1, 2022

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A ‘hidden’ clause in Putin’s decree provides for the mobilization of 1,000,000 reservationists.

A secret point – the seventh – in his order Vladimir Putin for Its introduction “partial imperative” In Russia, it allows calling the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation A million people, As reported by the newspaper “New Gazette. Europe”citing a source close to the presidential administration.

On Wednesday, the website of the Legal Information Portal scanned the introduction of Vladimir Putin’s decree. “Partial Mobilization” In Russia. The seventh paragraph of the decree contains reference “For Official Use”. Later, a representative of the Russian President answered questions from reporters. Dmitry Peskov He said that Classified paragraph Refers to the number of reservists called up for military service.

The source of the Russian President was reported “New Gazette. Europe” The issue of recording the full text of the decree under the heading “For Official Use” was initially discussed, and representatives of the Ministry of Defense appeared positive. Later, however, it was decided to “hide” the seventh point, which indicated the actual number of people to be mobilized. “The number was adjusted several times and eventually stopped at one million”The source clarified.

“That’s a lie.” He said in a related question at the conference held on Wednesday Peskov.

On September 21, Mr Vladimir Putin He signed the decree on partial mobilization. According to the head of the Kremlin, only citizens in reserve, mainly those who served in the ranks of the armed forces, some military accounting specialties and those with relevant experience, are subject to military service. This was announced by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu 300,000 reserves They will be called up as part of the regional mobilization in Russia.

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Following the dramatic times in Russia, people took to the streets to protest this development and say women “They will break their husband’s legs” So they will not be allowed to go to Ukraine, while others, when it is pointed out to them how it is “This is being done to ensure the future of the country.”They respond “What a future… We don’t even have a present here.”

Dramatic family farewells in Russia

Meanwhile, as partial conscription announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin begins, the men bid tearful farewells to their families. In fact, videos related to this have also started posting on social media.

Watch the video: