March 21, 2023

Russia’s 3 lakh new soldiers will beat Ukraine! Putin’s new army ready in three weeks

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Russia stopped the process of mobilization started against Ukraine
Partial mobilization report to be presented to Putin on November 1
Russia’s new soldiers will be launched against Ukraine

Moscow, The mobilization process of the Russian army going on in the midst of the Ukraine-Russia war has been stopped for the time being. According to a report by Russia’s state news agency TASS, the ongoing recruitment process for about three lakh soldiers has been stopped by the country’s Defense Ministry. TASS quoted the Russian Defense Ministry as saying on Monday that all partial military mobilization activities and the process of handing out call-up letters to the public have been suspended. On the mobilization, the Ministry of Defense of Russia said in a statement that all activities related to the recruitment of soldiers for military service by military enlistment offices and regional governments have been stopped. It is believed that Russia will deploy these soldiers in the Ukraine war.

three lakh soldiers were recruited
In the past, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu had informed that within two weeks of the partial mobilization order, more than 2 lakh soldiers have been recruited in the army. Now after the ban imposed by the ministry, TASS said that the recruitment of three lakh soldiers has been completed. The report also said that the partial mobilization report would be presented to Putin on November 1. However, Russia has not yet confirmed the sending of troops to the Ukraine war.

Youths were leaving the country to avoid mobilization
A large number of people have left the country after the news of the army sending call letters to the youth without military experience. According to flight ticketing data from Spain-based ForwardKeys, a 27% increase was registered in the number of one-way flight tickets issued from Russia. Comparing the bookings from September 21 to September 27, the company found that the share of one-way tickets issued has increased to 73% from 47% last week. The company said that the average departure time in the country has come down from 34 to 22 days.

Tags:, Russia ukraine war, Vladimir Putin

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