The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced that Russia is preparing a new wave of mobilization at the end of February

General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the morning summary writesthat preparations for a new wave of mobilization continue in Crimea. According to the Ukrainian military, it should begin at the end of February. Until January 29, according to a summary of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, all public and private institutions must submit lists of employees for reservation.

Also, according to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, from February 1, all repair and construction work will be stopped at public enterprises and institutions, and the funds allocated for them will be redirected to military needs. It is not clear from the summary of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine whether we are talking only about Crimea.

During the war, it is impossible to promptly check the information that even official representatives of the parties to the conflict, including the Ministry of Defense, disseminate. Please treat it with care.

In September 2022, mobilization was announced in Russia. The paragraph of the presidential decree, which stated how many people were planned to be sent to war, was classified. In November, the completion of mobilization was announced, but the corresponding presidential decree was not issued – the Russian authorities said that this was not necessary.

There were repeated reports about the preparation of a new wave of mobilization. In particular, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that it could begin on December 10, later there were reports about the start of a new stage of mobilization in mid-January. The Russian authorities deny that the mobilization is going to resume.

So is the mobilization in Russia completed, or is it still not? We understand the statements of Putin, Peskov and the Ministry of Defense

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