Mobilization in Russia – Muscovites detained at protests were served with summonses

Mobilization in Russia – Muscovites detained at protests were served with summonses
Mobilization in Russia – Muscovites detained at protests were served with summonses

Despite everything, summonses are served in almost all departments of the Moscow police. Kyrylo Goncharov, a member of the Russian Yabluko party, published a photo of a summons handed to one of the protesters.

According to the wife of one of the detainees, her husband was personally served with the summons by the military commissar.

Muscovites are also threatened with a criminal case in the Military Committees for refusing to sign a summons.

According to the “OVD-Info” portal, more than 1,313 people were detained in Russia during actions against mobilization. Most of the detainees are in St. Petersburg and Moscow.

Mobilization in Russia

On Tuesday, September 21, the president of Russia made an addressduring which he announced mobilization in the Russian Federation. According to the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, they want to send another 300,000 people to the war in Ukraine. However, in the mobilization decree published on the Kremlin’s website, the clause on the required number of conscripts is classified. That is, the number of mobilized people may differ from the figure named by the Minister of Defense.

In connection with the announcement of mobilization in Russia Vesna movement announced a protest against mobilization.

How Russians protested against the mobilization yesterday, read in the RBC-Ukraine article.


The article is in Ukrainian

Tags: Mobilization Russia Muscovites detained protests served summonses

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