Mobilization will cost Russia more than a trillion rubles – OP

Zelensky noted that at the same time, the shortage of goods continues to grow in the Russian Federation and income is falling.

Mobilization has begun in Russia / GUR MO
Mobilization has begun in Russia / GUR MO

Mobilization will cost the budget of the Russian Federation at least 1.3 trillion rubles annually.

This was announced by the head of the Office of President Andriy Yermak in Telegram .

According to him, at the same time, the deficit is growing in the Russian Federation, and budget revenues are falling due to sanctions. 

“Mobilization will cost the Russian budget at least 1.3 trillion rubles annually. The deficit is growing, revenues are falling due to sanctions. Madness is always very expensive and has disastrous consequences for the crazy,” wrote the head of the OP.

Mobilization in Russia: what is known

On September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin  announced the start of partial mobilization in the country . The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation said that they would send to the war in Ukraine, first of all, citizens with combat experience. According to Shoigu, they plan to call  up to 300,000 people .

In the version of the decree published on the Kremlin website,  paragraph 7 is simply omitted . And on the site for the official publication of regulations, it is indicated that this item is “for official use.”

However, according to media reports, the classified  7th paragraph of Vladimir Putin’s decree on mobilization  allows one million people to be called up. Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov has already responded to these publications and called the information “a lie.”

(C)UNIAN 2022

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