"There is no one to mobilise": the occupier complained about the lack of an adequate personnel reserve in Russia. Interception
The aggressor country Russia is likely to face major problems with the so-called partial mobilisation for the war in Ukraine. According to one of the Russian occupiers, there is practically no one to mobilise in Russia.
The interception of his conversation with a friend was published on the official Youtube channel of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine. The recording was made public on Monday, 21 August (to watch the video, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The war criminal who was sent to Ukraine for slaughter complained that it would be "not mobilisation, but evacuation":
- Not mobilisation, but in a different way...
- Evacuation, yes.
- Evacuation. There's no one left to fucking mobilise.
- Yeah, things are sh*tty...
The intelligence service emphasised that there will be fair retribution for every war crime committed against Ukraine.
It should be noted that earlier the representative of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, Andriy Yusov, said that a full-fledged mobilisation campaign was underway in Russia. The aggressor country mobilises about 20,000 men every month. The mobilisation is mostly compulsory, but it does not affect the children of Russian officials.
And the UK intelligence service noted that Russia is expanding its military structures in wartime. In particular, a new formation, the 18th Combined Arms Army, is likely to appear.
This is because Russia is trying to free up more experienced units to fight in key areas in Ukraine.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the Russian occupation forces are demoralised and have a low psychological state. Because they cannot withstand the tension, the invaders are beginning to shoot their colleagues.