In connection with the difficult situation at the front, Putin prepared a decree on the partial mobilization of citizens for military service.

Citizens who have completed compulsory military service are subject to mobilization. According to him, the mobilized will be provided with all the benefits and allowances that rely on contract servicemen.

After the recent successful offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine near Kharkov, Russian troops lost a significant part of the previously occupied territories and suffered heavy losses in manpower and equipment. Russia’s human reserves have been exhausted, and there are negligibly few people who want to sign a military contract.

The Russian authorities are recruiting contract servicemen from prison inmates, psychiatric dispensaries and shelters for the homeless, but this is not enough.

In Russian social networks, they are indignant and indignant. It’s one thing to sit on the couch and watch how brave guys in green camouflage fight, and it’s another thing to die for incomprehensible goals.

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