In particular, on the morning of September 22, in the Russian city of Tolyatti, Samara Region, the door of the city administration building on Belorusskaya Street caught fire, Current Time reports. Officers from the anti-extremism department who arrived at the scene found used Molotov cocktails.
In addition to the door, the “ceiling lining” caught fire, the Samara edition of “Nesluhi.rf” was specified in the regional department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations. Now the building is being examined by police officers with cynologists, the Ministry of Internal Affairs declined to comment.
The Telegram channel Shot reported that on September 21, a recruiting station was set on fire in Nizhny Novgorod. In particular, the dental office of the recruiting center caught fire.
Upon examination, it was found that a window was broken on the first floor of a two-story building, and fragments of a glass bottle lay nearby.
The Telegram channel “We are Lomonosovites” reported a fire in the city of Lomonosov, which is located near St. Petersburg. According to the channel, the fire occurred in the building at the address: Ilikovsky Prospekt, 1a. The building houses the military commissariat.
Another military registration and enlistment office was on fire in the city of Gai, Orenburg Region, Gai.rf reported. The journalists wrote that, judging by the photo, the entrance to the building was doused with a flammable liquid and set on fire, but the fire did not spread over the area of the building, but quickly went out.
On the morning of September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a video message that he had signed a decree declaring partial mobilization in Russia to replenish the troops that had invaded Ukraine. In the same speech, he announced his readiness to use nuclear weapons.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu specified that about 300 thousand people are subject to conscription. He argued that only reservists would be mobilized (that is, citizens who had completed military service or trained at a military department at a university) who had a military specialty and combat experience.
On September 22, information appeared that Putin’s decree contains a closed clause, which states that the Russian Defense Ministry can call up to 1 million reservists.
After Putin announced the mobilization, prices for air tickets from the Russian Federation rose “to astronomical values,” and the media publish recommendations on where to escape from the Russian Federation. The Finnish Foreign Ministry reported that men of military age are coming to the country en masse from Russia.
Actions against partial mobilization began in Russia. OVD-Info reported 1,328 detainees in 42 cities.