An interception posted by the ministry on Telegram messenger on October 7 saw one of the invaders complaining to his wife about the “unbearable situation” in Ukraine and being under constant attack.
“Of those mobilized, 65 have gone missing,” the aggressor added.
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“They just arrived and disappeared the next day.”
Ukraine has launched a telephone hotline and website where newly mobilized Russian soldiers and regular Russian soldiers can obtain instructions on how to safely surrender to Ukrainian forces.
Russian dictator Vladimir Putin in the early morning hours of September 21 Declare partial mobilization in Russia Readiness to use nuclear weapons in the event of a “threat to territorial integrity” of Russia.
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Afterwards, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced: During partial mobilization, 300,000 reservists will be called up.
But according to Russian opposition media, a secret mobilization plan envisages sending more than one million Russians to war with Ukraine.
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