The newly mobilized Russians from the unit in the village of Knyaz-Volkonskoye in the Khabarovsk Territory are being forced to sign a report on their “readiness to be sent” to the front, after which they are planned to be sent to war on the next plane. This is reported by the "First Department" with reference to relatives of conscripts.
According to one of the relatives, none of the mobilized is explained what "ready to send" means. Conscripts do not have access to legal advice. Also, they are not explained exactly when the training will take place.
“These are guys from the reserve, not from the reserve - almost all of them have no combat experience. How long will it ( preparation ) last - and most importantly, will it be at all? - the interlocutor is perplexed.
Relatives added that the conscripts had their smartphones taken away, leaving them with only push-button phones. At the same time, relatives cannot get through to the military prosecutor's office.
The “First Department” advises against signing a report on “readiness to be sent” to the front. The journalists explained that in this way the authorities want to absolve themselves of responsibility for the fact that conscripts were not prepared for participation in the war. Relatives of the mobilized can personally apply to the military prosecutor's office and write a complaint. If the complaint is not accepted, the case should be publicized in social networks and the media.
After the mobilization announced by Vladimir Putin, the Russians sold out air tickets for the next flights to visa-free countries in a few hours. A multi-kilometer traffic jam formed in Upper Lars a day later, The Insider published a video taken from a copter. There are also queues of cars on the borders of Russia with Kazakhstan and Finland.
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