Russia, What happen? Traffic continues to be intense at the border between the Finland and Russia after the announcement of the president Vladimir Putin of wanting to recall 300 thousand reservists to be sent to fight in Ukraine. This was said by the Finnish border guards referring to the southeastern border with Russia. Yesterday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov called it “exaggerated” to speak of the exodus of Russians. Since Monday, Russian citizens can only enter the European Union via the 1,340-kilometer border with Finland. Unlike the Baltic nations and Poland, Finland has not completely restricted the entry of Russian tourists with Schengen visas.
STUDENTS – «The ongoing conscription campaign in Russia is unlikely to deliver effective soldiers and is causing significant internal backlash with little success“: the reports of Isw (Institute for the study of war) and Guardian affirm this in the latest evaluation of the Russian offensive campaign just published. According to ISW, Russian authorities have already begun to breach their commitments to limit conscription to men with military experience and not to recruit Russian students. Videos posted outside Russia show military police withdrawing students from classes for mobilization. In Moscow, police officers began handing out notices of conscription to all those arrested for protests in the square. “The Kremlin’s heavy-handed approach to mobilization is arousing public anger and distrust across Russia“writes Isw.
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REFERENDUM – «The Russian occupiers organized armed groups to surround the houses and force people to participate in the so-called referendum. Citizens have been threatened: those who do not take part in the vote will be automatically fired from their jobs“. The authorities have banned the local population from leaving the city between 23 and 27 September (dates on which the referendum for annexation to Russia is held)“. This was reported by the Ukrainian governor in exile of Lugansk Sergey Gaidai, reported by the Guardian.
COMPENSATION – Muscovites who are mobilized in Ukraine will receive additional compensation for military service. Moscow mayor Sergey Sobyanin promised this by announcing a monthly regional bonus of 50,000 rubles ($ 808) in addition to military salaries. In the event of a serious injury, he added, an additional premium of one million rubles will be paid, while if the injury is minor they will receive 500 thousand rubles. Moscow authorities will pay 3 million rubles to the families of people who lose their lives in Ukraine.
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