Press Secretary Peskov: Putin explained what conditions have arisen for partial mobilization
MOSCOW, September 21 – RIA Novosti. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s statement on Wednesday changed the circumstances: Russia is actually a military potential NATO and other enemy facing countries.
On September 13, Peskov, answering journalists’ questions, reported that “no talk about mobilization” was taking place in Russia at the time.
“First of all, I did not say ‘partial or full mobilization is not discussed’. I was asked about full mobilization, I said there is no word about it at the moment. President Putin spoke. It was Putin.” The question is what has changed in a week.
Putin signed a decree “On the announcement of partial mobilization in the Russian Federation.” According to the decree, the regional heads were instructed to provide the draft partial mobilization service in the number and time period determined by the Minister of National Defense.
According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, it is necessary to control the 1,000-kilometer line of contact and liberated areas in Ukraine, during which a total of 300,000 reserves will be called, which is just over 1 percent of the country’s total mobilization resource. Russian Federation. He added that there was no mention of any mobilization of students studying at universities and that they would not go under any circumstances. In addition, those currently serving in the military are not directed to the mobilization and special operations area.
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