Citizens try to avoid mobilizing the aggressor country’s army by any means – stopping their jobs, hiding, or moving to other populated areas.
In the city of Starobelsk, Lugansk region, the occupiers are mobilizing local residents into the armed forces of the Russian Federation, reports the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
“The men of the city tried in any way to avoid being recruited for military service: they left their jobs, went into hiding, went to other communities. Mobilized citizens who could not avoid military service were sent for military training in the Krasnodar Territory of the Russian Federation,” the message said.
On November 9, the Center for National Resistance reported on covert mobilization in the temporarily occupied territories of southern Ukraine. First, the invaders force Ukrainians to obtain passports from the aggressor country, Russia, and then issue summonses. In October, the CNS spoke about the mobilization of the settlements of the Zaporozhye region captured by the Russians.
Let’s remember that since September of this year, the Russian invaders forcibly mobilized three thousand residents of Crimea.
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