Mobilized from the Yaroslavl region, who complained about the command and told about the accusations of desertion, stopped communicating

Mobilized from the Yaroslavl region, who said that they allegedly want to accuse them of desertion due to leaving their positions on the orders of the command, stopped communicating. The telegram channels “Place of Power Yaroslavl” write about this.

A relative of one of the mobilized said that he had not contacted since last week. The woman believes that their phones were taken away from him and other mobilized from the group (according to the “Place of Power Yaroslavl”, there were 70 people in it), and they themselves were distributed to different parts.

The families of the soldiers tried to find a lawyer, but so far no one has agreed to provide them with services, the Telegram channel writes.

The video message of the mobilized, in which they spoke about the accusations of desertion, was published last week by the Yaroslavl publication “About the City”. The people in the video said that the company commander allegedly ordered them to retreat from their positions, and then retracted his words.

In a few days appeared another video message. Its authors stated that they were also mobilized from the Yaroslavl region, serving in the same unit and that they had not heard the order to leave their positions. In addition, they said they were not experiencing supply problems.

Relatives of the mobilized who complained about the command, assumedthat the second appeal, on the orders of the commander, was recorded by contractors, who are indeed better supplied.

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“They leave from there in two ways: either cargo 200 or cargo 300” Novosibirsk mobilized said they were sent to the front line “to wait for the arrival of a mortar” – and asked for help from their wives and sisters

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