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Russia has started to recruit Belarusian youth into its army - National Resistance Centre

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Occupants recruit Belarusian students to their army

Russia is attracting young people from Belarus to enroll in its militaryhigher education institutions. To this end, representatives of the Russian armed forces organize so-called "open days" in the district centers of Belarus.

During such events, Belarusian citizens are offered to study to become officers in Russian military higher education institutions. This was reported by the National Resistance Center.

Due to the heavy losses in the war against Ukraine, the Russian occupation forces have a significant shortage of junior officers. Russia is trying to resolve this situation by recruiting citizens of other countries, in particular, young people from Belarus.

The National Resistance Center emphasizes that every occupier on Ukrainian soil, regardless of where they were born, will be held accountable for their actions.

Earlier it was reported that ATES agents discovered hidden air defense systems in Moscow. The Russian military has deployed air defense equipment near the Belokamennaya metro station in the Bogorodsky district of Moscow. Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry took this territory from a training and sports organization.

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, guerrillas also reconnoitered the territory of the main department of the Russian Guard in Moscow. It is located at 2 Tvardovskogo Street, building 2.

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