The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine told when the majority of those mobilized in the Russian Federation will be sent to the front

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine told when the majority of those mobilized in the Russian Federation will be sent to the front

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine told when the bulk of those mobilized in Russia will be sent to the front. Brigadier General Aleksey Gromov, Deputy Chief of the Main Operational Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, announced this at a briefing.

«The main engagement of those mobilized in the combat zone is expected in 1.5-2 weeks. Presumably to deter our actions in certain sectors of the front, as well as to uniformly strengthen other sectors of the front. Part of the mobilized will be directed to re-equipping, first of all, those units that suffered significant losses in Ukraine, and from the other it is planned to form completely new units & # 187;, & # 8212; Gromov explained.

He also stressed that the mobilization processes in the Russian Federation and in the Ukrainian territories occupied by it are still ongoing, despite the official announcement of their completion.

< p>«The mobilization of students of various forms of education led to the growth of various forms of social tension in the so-called “LNR”… And in the neighboring so-called “DPR” they are preparing another batch of prisoners for mobilization,” Gromov noted.

He also added that there could be more than 300 such prisoners.

  • Kadyrov urged the mobilized not to complain about the old machine guns, but to “wait” for good weapons from the Ukrainians.

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