Occupiers intend to mobilise up to 10,000 people in Mariupol District


In the occupied Mariupol District of Donetsk region, the Russians intend to mobilise up to 10,000 people for the war against Ukraine.

Source: Mayor of Mariupol, Vadym Boychenko, in broadcast  Freedom TV

Quote: "According to our information, they want to mobilise up to 10,000 people in the Mariupol District. This is not only the city of Mariupol, but also large settlements around it. And now such work is underway."

Details: Boychenko also said that the occupiers issue men in the Mariupol district a "red piece of paper, which is called a ‘Russian passport’," so that people do not have reasons not to be mobilised.

According to him, there are queues to leave Mariupol, but filtration centres do not allow for quick departure.

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