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"Excellent in mobilizing": Putin boasts about the pace of mobilization in Russia, angering Russians

During a "direct line," Putin praised the pace of mobilization in Russia

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin boasted of the pace of mobilization and successes on the battlefield in Ukraine during a "direct line" call. Thus, he stated that there are currently 244,000 mobilized Russians in the so-called Special Military Operation zone.

Putin also claimed that since the beginning of the Ukrainian counteroffensive, Russian troops had allegedly destroyed 747 Ukrainian tanks and nearly 2,300 armored vehicles of various classes. However, even ordinary Russians did not believe the Russian president's words about such "lightning successes" of the Russian army and expressed their indignation in chat rooms.

"The mobilized soldiers are fighting well in the special operation zone, and there are already 14 heroes of Russia among them," Putin said pompously.

Many Russians called Putin's figures for destroying Ukrainian equipment fictitious and untrue and ridiculed the Russian dictator in comments on Russian Telegram channels.

"The military can also deceive the state, since for each unit of armored vehicles there is a salary increase, they draw data," "747 said it just for fun," "Why not 7 thousand," "Our own?", "Why not ten thousand," "Someone tells him," "+ 4 death stars, he probably forgot to say," Russians wrote.

''Excellent in mobilizing'': Putin boasts about the pace of mobilization in Russia, angering Russians
''Excellent in mobilizing'': Putin boasts about the pace of mobilization in Russia, angering Russians

Putin also said that there are no plans to hold a second wave of mobilization in Russia. In addition, according to the Russian dictator, 486,000 people have been recruited under contract to the Russian army, "and the flow is not decreasing."

"Every day, 1,500 people volunteer," Putin said.

To recap, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin held the final annual press conference for Kremlin propagandists. During his speech, the chief war criminal of the Russian Federation made a new statement about Ukraine. The dictator said that "peace" will come when the Russian terrorist country "achieves its goal."

Putin also once again continued to assure Russians that they and Ukrainians are "one people" and that Odesa is a "Russian city." He also claims that Russia has "never spoiled" its relations with Europe.

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