“You still have a week”: Kyiv warns Russians of a new wave of mobilization and the closure of the borders
Created: 12/31/2022 13:04
By: Markus Hofstetter
In September, Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization.
According to Kiev, the Kremlin wants to recruit men again, but this time primarily in the cities.
Kyiv - In the Ukraine war, Kyiv warns the Russian population of a new wave of mobilization in their own country.
In a video address posted on YouTube, Ukraine's Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov, addressing mostly residents of large Russian cities, said: "I know for sure that you have a week left when you have at least a small election ."
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In imploring words, Resnikov warns of a planned action by Vladimir Putin.
“In early January, the Russian authorities will close the borders to people, then declare martial law and start another wave of mobilizations.
The borders will also be closed in Belarus.” This time around Reznikov, the cities will be hit the hardest, as many people have already been recruited in rural areas.
In a video speech, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov warns of a new wave of mobilization in Russia.
He doesn't expect them to believe his words, but there's one question he needs to answer truthfully: "If you're going to a war where you could die or be crippled for the rest of your life, what exactly are you fighting for?" "
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In his speech, Resnikov put the number of Russian dead in the Ukraine war at over 100,000.
A wave of mobilization has already been carried out to compensate for these losses, although this was denied in the summer.
The only reason to send them to war is to protect the criminals responsible, their palaces and their bank accounts.
Thousands of the Russians mobilized in the fall are already dead, thousands injured.
"And just to protect the criminals."
Tell the Russians there is a plan B, or secret weapon, that victories will soon come again.
"But their plan is to prolong the war and kill as many people as possible.
And only for that you will be sent to your death,” Resnikov said.
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Reznikov says he not only speaks as a minister, but also as a lawyer.
"The longer the war lasts, the more serious the consequences will be for ordinary people, for ordinary Russians." Generations in Russia would have to pay for the damage caused.
But Ukraine will not give up.
"We defend our earth."