ATESH: occupiers plan to mobilize university graduates in Crimea
The occupants are planning to mobilize graduates of higher educational institutions in the seized Crimea. They are now preparing lists for military enlistment offices.
This was reported by the ATESH guerrilla movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars on September 8, citing a source in the passport office of the Krasnohvardiisky district of Crimea. Employees of the institution are currently forming lists of graduate students.
The leader in terms of the number of potential draftees is Dzhankoisky district, ATESH noted.
Graduates of the Agrotechnological Academy at Vernadsky University, the Crimean Engineering and Pedagogical University, as well as graduates of colleges, in particular Simferopol Automobile Transport College, are at risk.
The guerrillas called on Crimeans to avoid mobilization and participation in the criminal war against Ukraine by all means.
"But if you have already been mobilized, write to us at @atesh_fire. Together we will make them regret it!" the movement assured.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky signed the law on changing the administrative-territorial structure of Crimea on September 5. The document provides for decommunization and the introduction of a new district division after the de-occupation of the peninsula.
- On August 24, DIU chief Kyrylo Budanov said that the liberation of Ukraine, including Crimea, was going slower than planned, but that the AFU was still on its way to the goal.
- At the same time, Budanov announced a ground operation to de-occupy the peninsula and other territories.
- Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov said that the AFU will liberate Crimea militarily if the occupants do not realize that they need to get out.