Russians try burning down 5 military enlistment offices after announcement of mobilisation

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Since the beginning of partial mobilisation in Russia, at least five military enlistment offices have been set on fire, and cases of fires in administrative buildings have also become more frequent.

Source: Meduza 

Details: On the night of 23 September, unidentified individuals threw a Molotov cocktail through a window of the military enlistment office in Khabarovsk. The police were ordered to check if everything is fine next to the district military enlistment offices every two hours.

Earlier, they tried to burn down the military enlistment office in the city of Svobodny in the Amur region. According to the publication, there are confirmed cases of arson in St. Petersburg, in Gai (Orenburg Oblast), as well as in the village of Kira in Trans-Baikal Territory.

In addition, fires in administrative buildings have become more frequent in Russia. In particular, on the night of 22-23 September, a fire occurred in the Kamyshin City Hall in Volgograd Oblast, as well as in the House of Arts in the village of Tselinny in Altai, where the village council administration is located.


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