Russians do not believe in Putin's statements about mobilization and attack military commissariats - British intelligence
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, hundreds of attacks on military enlistment offices have been carried out on the territory of the terrorist country of Russia. Russian officials complained that 220 such events were recorded in total.
Moreover, since July 2023 alone, there have been 113 attacks, which together indicates a significant increase in such cases. This was reported by the UK military intelligence on the social network X.
According to the director of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergei Naryshkin, Western officials are allegedly to blame for the attacks on Russian military enlistment offices. He believes that the Russians are committing such actions "on the instructions" of the West.
At the same time, British intelligence notes that the increase in attacks on military enlistment offices is apparently due to a sense of dissatisfaction with the war among the Russian population. In particular, citizens of the terrorist country fear that Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin will announce another wave of mobilization.
However, at his annual press conference at the end of 2023, the Kremlin leader promised that a second wave of mobilization to Russia was not planned. British intelligence has noted that Russian citizens do not believe this promise, so they continue to set fire to military commissariats.
In the intercepted conversation, the occupier complained about methods of intimidation and coercion to participate in the war against Ukraine. In particular, he spoke about a case in Sochi when a Russian man who did not want to serve was forcibly taken into the army by being pushed into a trunk.
Earlier, it was reported that mobilization continues in the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas. However, there are few people willing to go to war against Ukraine and die there. On the contrary, men are fleeing en masse.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the statement of the scandalous Deputy Secretary of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev about the addition of another 500 thousand people to the Russian army in 2023 is an exaggeration. British intelligence believes that this figure is significantly overstated.