Ludmila Zhernovskaya00:55, 10.01.23
Allegedly, the families of servicemen can become victims of provocations.
Russia will not publish lists of servicemen who died as a result of a strike on a Russian base in the occupied Makiivka, Donetsk region.
This was stated by the military commissioner of the Samara region Alexei Vdovin in a commentary to The Insider . According to him, these data allegedly can be used by “foreign intelligence agencies” to “identify and carry out provocative activities of relatives of servicemen.”
“No lists will be published. All available information in the military commissariats is communicated personally to members of the families of a serviceman – either when applying, or, for a number of servicemen, the notification is made personally by employees of the military commissariats,” Vdovin said.
The commissioner also explained the refusal to publish the lists by protecting personal data.
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