Former advisor to Zelensky’s office evaluated the future of mobilization in Ukraine 09.25.2023, 23:16

Alexey Arestovich, former adviser to the office of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky (included in the list of terrorists and extremists), believes that the mobilization procedure in the country will become even more difficult. He talked about this in an interview with the YouTube channel of Ukrainian journalist Vasily Golovanov.

Arestovich emphasized that without this, “we will not survive.” He added that employers will limit hiring of people not registered with the military registration and enlistment office, that registration will be improved and “most, if not all, will have to leave.”

According to him, against those who are hiding from mobilization in Ukraine will Use increasingly harsh methods.

Before this, Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada Deputy Kira Rudyk said that 80 percent of Ukrainians have relatives at the front.

According to him, the Ukrainian counter-offensive, which began on June 4, is a close topic for many families in the country. At the same time, Rudyk’s colleague, Secretary of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security Issues Roman Kostenko, stated that mobilization in Ukraine will intensify, and 80% of the current composition of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has never served in the army before. .

February 24, 2022 Russian President Vladimir Putin statedHe said that in response to the request for help from the heads of the LPR and DPR, he decided to organize a military special operation to protect Donbass.

The decision to carry out the operation became the reason for new sanctions against Russia by the United States and its allies.

Kuleba, formerly Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine in the name Those who criticize the pace of progress of the Ukrainian Armed Forces “shut up.”

Source: Gazeta


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