Medvedev personally supervises the process: Russia's plans for mobilization by the end of 2023
The Kremlin plans to mobilize 130,000 people into the armed forces of the Russian Federation. It is planned to conscript men in the temporarily occupied territories in particular.
This process is personally supervised by the deputy head of the Russian Security Council and former president of the aggressor country, Dmitry Medvedev. This was reported by the National Resistance Center.
Thus, it is noted that the Russians plan to mobilize 130 thousand people from October 1 to December 31 this year. Illegal mobilization activities will also take place in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine. Most of all, they plan to "mobilize" in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, as well as the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.
"The mobilization plan for the temporarily occupied territories is personally supervised by Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev, who visited the temporarily occupied Donetsk region in September," the Center noted.
It is emphasized that none of those involved in the "mobilization" in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories will escape punishment.
Earlier, the Institute for War Studies reported that the second wave of mobilization of reserves before the six-month autumn draft starts in Russia on October 1. The analysts emphasized that this is one of the Kremlin's ways to encourage or force Russians to sign "voluntary" contracts with the Russian Armed Forces.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- On September 11, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that Russia is likely to start massive forced mobilization of the population in the temporarily occupied territories. According to various estimates, the Russians may conscript between 400 and 700 thousand people for the war.
- British intelligence has reported that the mobilization of citizens for the war against Ukraine is affecting the economy of the aggressor country. Labor shortages in Russian industry have reached a new high.