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Russia raises age of "mobilized" people from CADLR from 55 to 65

Occupants actively recruit students to their army.

Russia raises age of "mobilized" people from CADLR from 55 to 65

Russia raises the age of "mobilized" people from certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions (CADLR) to 65. Defence Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine reported.

“The enemy continues to "mobilize" (the population) in the temporarily occupied territories. In particular, the next wave is taking place in the Donetsk region. In order to increase the number of potential "recruits", the occupiers are increasing the age limit for those "bound to military service" from 55 to 65," the statement read.

Mobilization of the local population has been announced on local television in the occupied territories of the Luhansk region. Students are actively recruited to the occupying army. In particular, all students of Luhansk railway technical school are officially summoned to the educational institution for "registration". The director of the school personally calls those who have already turned 18.

The situation is similar at Luhansk medical university as the institution calls its senior students for obligatory registration.

"People "mobilized" in the 1st Army Corps of the occupying forces have the extremely low morale and psychological state and have outdated equipment: outfitting model 1974, protective helmets 1971 release," as stated.

Heavy personnel losses cause rumors and panic among the personnel as the severely injured as well as loads of bodies are constantly arriving in the occupied territories. In particular, sixteen destroyed "mobilized" people were brought to the Luhansk meat-packing plant. One of which was the son of the principal of 33 secondary schools in Luhansk. At the same time, relatives are not provided with any information about the place and circumstances of death.

As reported earlier by intelligence, russia blackmails its soldiers who refuse to fight with repression against relatives.

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