Puppet authorities in Luhansk Oblast to race to put teens on 'military register'
Russian military (Photo:Ministry of Defense of Russia/Telegram)
Russian-installed puppet authorities in the occupied districts of Ukraine’s Luhansk Oblast are racing to put 16-year-old teenagers on the "military register," Luhansk Oblast Military Administration’s press service reported on Telegram on March 5.
"By March 31, they need to find and register male citizens born in 2006 who live in the so-called 'LPR.' That is, those who will be able to be sent to the front next year instead of the regular Russian army," it said.
They also continue to summon older residents who are "required" to be on the "military registry," but are not.
They use enhanced search measures for persons who evade the "draft." On the basis of requests from the "military commissariat," such men will be detained and immediately taken to "conscription points."
In addition, the so-called "Kadyrovites," mercenaries of the Kremlin's puppet warlord in Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov, took 200 "difficult" teenagers to a "military patriotic boot camp" outside the temporarily occupied Luhansk Oblast.
The General Staff of the Armed Forces earlier reported that Russian invaders were planning to start mobilizing residents of occupied Horlivka, Donetsk Oblast, on March 5.
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