How to sabotage mobilization?

December 22, 2022

Despite the fact that martial law has not been introduced in Russia and war has not been officially declared, on September 21, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the so-called partial mobilization, which is being organized in violation of international humanitarian law, including in the occupied Crimea

Despite the fact that martial law has not been introduced in Russia and war has not been officially declared, on September 21, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the so-called partial mobilization, which is being organized in violation of international humanitarian law, including in the occupied Crimea.

Since September 21, 2022, more than 60,000 summonses have been issued in Crimea, and about 20,000 people have been mobilized.

Moreover, on November 1, the 16th illegal conscription began on the peninsula, which is actually a continuation of mobilization, because conscripts will continue to be sent to the Russian-Ukrainian war.

In fact, mobilization into the Russian army is certain death. The proof of this is the number of dead soldiers (almost 100,000 people), the amount of destroyed military equipment (more than 20,000 units) in 300 days, as well as the successes of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which have already liberated more than 3,000 square kilometers of Ukrainian territory.

And the mobilization will only continue… After all, the Minister of Defense of the aggressor country of the Russian Federation, Sergei Shoigu, said that it is necessary to increase the number of the Russian Armed Forces to 1.5 million people, including 695 thousand contract soldiers.

A summons to the Russian army means a notice of your death …

How can this death be avoided?

How to sabotage mobilization?

We bring to your attention an infographic developed by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, which may be useful to you.