People are forcibly taken to military registration and enlistment offices, from there – to recruitment centers. Returning to the shelters are men over 50 years old.
In Moscow, law enforcement officers forcibly send homeless people to military registration and enlistment offices. On Sunday, October 9, Andriy Tsapliyenko, military commander, spoke about this, citing Food not bombs activists.
So, volunteers reported an incident that occurred on October 8 at the Moscow Rescue Hangar, where the homeless could come to eat and warm themselves.
“The police came to the Hangar. They took people’s passports, threw them into vans and took them to the military registration and enlistment office. They issued summonses for everyone and took them to the recruiting station . By nightfall, only those over 50 years old. are released,” the message said.
According to activists, the aforementioned law enforcement officers said they would also continue their raids on other homeless shelters.
We added that earlier the opposition Russian media informed that in St. Petersburg they also conducted a mobilization of the homeless. However, there, people still had the opportunity to reject the contract.
Remember that the Russian authorities are mobilizing criminals to strengthen their forces in Ukraine. 500 prisoners are reported to have arrived in the Donetsk region.
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