Lieutenant General Igor Romanenko, former Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said that mobilization in Ukraine should be simplified and that parliamentarians should carry out raids together with military commissars. This was reported by Radio NV.
“Legislation must now simplify all these issues and I suggest that in doing so parliamentarians stand by groups who have been going to gyms recently,” the message says.
Formerly Ukrainian military expert Oleg Zhdanov statedThat the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) will not be assisted in the mobilization of the population due to the lack of Western equipment. According to him, the Ukrainian side can recruit, mobilize and motivate people, but nothing can be done in this regard without Western equipment and weapons.
Zhdanov added that the Ukrainian Armed Forces switched to strategic defense, which put the Ukrainian side at a disadvantage. The only thing that can affect the current situation is the supply of weapons.
Before this, Mikhail Podolyak, advisor to the head of office of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, noted that mobilization in the country would be difficult. He added that the country’s authorities are preparing a new program that will carry out explanatory studies on mobilization issues, especially the employment of military personnel, a new approach to the duties and obligations of the state and the mobilized.
Previously in the USA accepted collapse Counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
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