To date, about 100,000 reservists in Russia have received subpoenas and are immediately sent to the hottest sectors of the front. This was stated by the representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense Andrei Yusov.
According to him, Russian soldiers sent to war in Ukraine are surrendering en masse. So, over the past few weeks, more than 2,000 appeals from the occupiers have been received on hotlines. Yusov clarified that a surge in calls was observed after the successful counter-offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Kharkiv region and after the announcement of partial mobilization in the Russian Federation.
« occupying army, but also those who have either just been mobilized, and they are still on the territory of the Russian Federation, or their relatives, or even people who suspect that they can be mobilized, and just in case, clarify the information»,&# 8212; he said.