An Odessa resident tried to get away from Ukraine on an air mattress 18:43

An Odessa resident tried to sail from Ukraine with Spider-Man on an air mattress. This was reported on the Telegram channel of the country’s State Border Service.

“Spider-Man from Odessa failed to cross the border in a child’s bed,” the message reads.

Before reportedEmployees of regional recruitment centers (TCC, military commissariats) in Ukraine will begin to search for citizens responsible for military service through taxpayer records.

Also Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky signed the law On increasing fines in absentia for those who evade service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU).

According to the innovations, failure to appear at the summons or failure to update identification information will result in an absenteeism penalty of up to 25.5 thousand hryvnias with the possibility of blocking accounts for non-payment.

A short while ago reportedHe said that Kiev police have handed over more than 2.3 thousand deserters to military registration and enlistment offices since the beginning of this year.

Previously in Ukraine announced Nearly 100 thousand military deserters are being sought.

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Source: Gazeta

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