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British Guardian: The first batch of men recruited by Russia’s local mobilization order has arrived at the base one after another

by archyde

The British “Guardian” (The Guardian) quoted the latest update of the British Ministry of Defense on the 25th and reported that the first batch of men recruited under the local mobilization order in Russia has begun to arrive at military bases. According to the British Ministry of Defence, Russian authorities have issued tens of thousands of call-up documents. The British Ministry of Defence said Russia would face the administrative and logistical challenges of providing training for soldiers.

British Guardian: The first batch of men recruited for Russia’s local mobilization order have arrived at the base one after another. REUTERS/File photo

The Kyiv Independent reported on Twitter, citing the Ukrainian General Staff Headquarters, that Russia was sending freshly mobilized conscripts directly to the front.

The Ukrainian General Staff said the men drafted by Russian authorities had not received any military training before being sent to the battlefield.

The British Ministry of Defense analyzed that, unlike many Western militaries, the Russian military will receive low-level primary training in combat units assigned by soldiers, rather than in specialized training institutions.

In addition, many of the recruited troops had no military experience for several years. The lack of military trainers, and Russia’s hasty mobilization, means that many conscripts will be deployed to the front lines with little or no preparation, and may experience considerable attrition rates.

Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a partial mobilization order on the 21st to allow more people to join the war in Ukraine, which not only triggered a wave of national exodus, but also repeatedly issued the order to students, the elderly, and even those who were sick and were not suitable for military service. people, causing more public grievances.

In addition to the military mobilization order, Russia’s law passed on Tuesday provides for up to 10 years in prison for soldiers who leave duty without permission, surrender “without approval”, refuse to fight or disobey an order.

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