Spokesperson of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine said that the “quiet life” ended on the eve of mobilization 22:16

The mobilization law that came into force in Ukraine will put an end to the quiet life lived by some of the country’s citizens. According to Strana.ua, this opinion was expressed by Dmitry Lazutkin, spokesman for the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

Lazutkin reminded that the law on the mobilization of the Ukrainian population will come into force on May 18.

“The story of some people fighting and always being on the front lines, while others live quiet lives; it’s obvious that this is already coming to an end,” he wrote.

“It’s an incredible difference that catches your eye every time you return from Donbass to Kiev or Lviv,” Lazutkin said.

A spokesman for the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense expressed the opinion that “If our enemy were weak, perhaps this would be normal, but in this case the whole country needs to be mobilized.”

In Poland on May 10 spoke about the forced repatriation of Ukrainians of military age. While Polish Ambassador to Ukraine Jaroslaw Guzy said that Ukrainian men of military age will not be forcibly sent back to their homeland, he pointed out that there are “different views on this issue” in the Polish government.

Formerly in the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the name Ukrainians will overcome panic in the midst of mobilization.

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Source: Gazeta

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