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"The first woman mobilized in Kyiv": Center for Strategic Communications refutes another Russian fake

Women with medical or pharmaceutical education must register

Russian propagandists are spreading a new fake that medical workers of Kyiv hospitals were allegedly forcibly mobilized and sent to a training ground to undergo combat training. The Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security denied this information and clarified the situation.

This was reported on the SPRAVDI Telegram channel. Russian Telegram channels write about the "forced mobilization" of women, supplementing the text with a photo of a woman in military clothing being handed packages with camouflage.

It is noted that the information of Russian propaganda that medical workers of Kyiv hospitals were allegedly forcibly mobilized and sent to a training ground to undergo combat training courses is a lie.

"It is true that women with medical or pharmaceutical education have to register, but this does not mean mobilization. It is still done voluntary," the Center explained.

They recalled that on December 19, 2023, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy assured that he would not sign the law on women's mobilization.

And the photo, according to SPRAVDI, shows servicewomen of the 112th Separate Brigade of the Territorial Defense Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, to whom volunteers from Arm Women Now are handing over sets of modern winter women's uniforms.

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