The authorities of six Russian regions allowed the “labor mobilization” of students – StratCom

They should replace those who were mobilized for the war in Ukraine.

Mobilization in Russia continues / photo: skeptik.com
Mobilization in Russia continues / photo: skeptik.com

The authorities of six Russian regions allowed “labor mobilization” of students .

This was reported by the Strategic Communications Department of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Telegram.

“The administrations of the Kaluga, Kurgan, Kursk, Leningrad, Chelyabinsk regions and the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug are considering the possibility of attracting students from vocational technical schools to the places of employees of enterprises who were called up as part of partial mobilization,” the report says.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the mobilization of Russian military personnel in the reserve. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu then said that about 300,000 people were planned to be mobilized.

On October 20, Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Anna Malyar reported that as of mid-October, 200,000 people had been mobilized in Russia.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the mobilization of Russian military personnel in the reserve. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu then said that about 300,000 people were planned to be mobilized.

On October 20, Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Anna Malyar reported that as of mid-October, 200,000 people had been mobilized in Russia.

According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, mobilized from Russia have already begun to arrive in the combat zone in the temporarily occupied territories and they are equipped with protective equipment, Soviet-style helmets and low-quality weapons.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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