December 8, 2022

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One-legged Paralympic Games, children and even the dead have been called up as a reserve soldier to fight for Russia

One-legged Paralympic Games, children and even the dead have been called up as a reserve soldier to fight for Russia

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Not only is the so-called “special military operation” going wrong, the partial mobilization is also not going as planned. Among the Russians invited by the Kremlin to fight at the front in Ukraine are children, people with disabilities and even dead people.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial military mobilization last month. It was said that only reservists with military experience would be called up, but the mobilization is chaotic and inexperienced people, those with health problems and the elderly and low-aged should also report. Just like some dead.

Among them is a Saint Petersburg man who is said to have died nine years ago and 63-year-old pensioner Alexander Yermolayev. Oleg Vasiliev was also called to go to the front, but the paralyzed man from Moscow suffers from spinal muscular dystrophy, a muscle disease in which motor neurons in the spinal cord fail.

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The Russian Paralympic sprinter Dmitry Ignatov is also said to have received an invitation letter. However, the athlete’s left leg had to be amputated a decade ago after a rocket launcher badly landed on it during his military service. He now works as a TV presenter and has since announced that he doesn’t have to go to the front.

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Because of the mobilization, several thousand Russian men have left or are considering traveling abroad. The first Russian mobilization since World War II has been followed by setbacks for the Russian army in Ukraine, while Ukrainian forces continue to receive significant weapons support from the West.

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If the Kremlin is to halt Ukraine’s advance, it needs combat-ready and trained forces to do so. Hundreds of thousands of conscripts have now been called up, according to Moscow, tens of thousands of them have volunteered, but this cannot be independently verified. After all, the country is a champion in evading military service. Before the war, only 20% of conscripts appeared.

Earlier this month, it was announced that thousands of Russians massed in the eastern Khabarovsk region for war in Ukraine had been rejected and sent home. Governor Mikhail Degtyarov said that up to half of the mobilized men did not meet the selection criteria for conscription, after which the local army commissar was dismissed.

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