Russians try to disguise mass mobilisation in Luhansk Oblast as training – General Staff
Russian troops have started large-scale military training in the occupied territories of Luhansk Oblast, which is how the occupiers are trying to hide the general mobilisation of the local male population.
Source: Report from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook
Quote: "The so-called local authorities in the temporarily occupied and captured territories of Luhansk Oblast have announced the start of large-scale military training involving the entire conscripted male population of Starobilsk, Shchastia, Novyi Aidar, Novopskov and Nizhnooteple who have passports marked ‘LPR’ and ‘Russian Federation’.
In this way, the occupiers are trying to hide mass mobilisation in the above-mentioned settlements."
Details: The General Staff also reported that Russian forces have started construction of fortifications and trenches between the settlements of Ishun' and Voienka in temporarily occupied Crimea.
Reportedly, the civilian population is forcibly involved in the construction process on a free-of-charge basis.
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