"Until we are all killed, nothing will end": the occupiers are worried about mobilization in Russia and assess their prospects. Interception
Rumors are spreading in the Russian Federation about the upcoming full mobilization for a criminal "special military operation" against Ukraine. It is also said that in certain areas of the frontline, the occupiers' artillerymen lack ammunition.
This is evidenced by a telephone conversation between a Russian resident and a friend named Oleksandr, who is participating in a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The interception was published on October 11 by the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine on its YouTube channel (scroll down to the bottom of the page to view the recording).
A Russian resident was worried that more Russians might be sent to war. He complained to his military friend: they say that "we are all going to join you there."
According to rumors, full mobilization may be announced on the 25th. A little later in the conversation, the Russian said that on the 19th, "all the *** will start".
He was told that 29 thousand people were to be drafted from the Tver region. The man believes that in this case they will be drafted "through the house".
"Well, Max says, get ready to pack your bags, if you have five fingers, two hands, two arms, we'll all go there," he said.
The Russian also discussed with the occupier the low level of ammunition supply to artillery crews.
He said he met a soldier who fought against Ukraine in the area of Klishchiyivka, Donetsk region, who said: "Until we are all f***ing killed there, nothing will end." According to the latter, they responded to 10 artillery salvos with only one salvo.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported:
- "Meanwhile, British intelligence believes that the Kremlin is unlikely to decide on a new wave of mobilization of Russians for the 'SVO' on the eve of the presidential election, as this could lower the rating of dictator Vladimir Putin. The vote is scheduled for March 17, 2024.
- According to the National Resistance Center, the aggressor wants to mobilize another 130,000 people into the ranks of the Russian armed forces.