Russian President’s Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said the Kremlin’s stance on the alleged new wave of partial mobilization in the country remained the same, APA reports citing TASS.
According to Peskov, there is currently no discussion or discussion in the Kremlin about the resumption of mobilization in the Russian Federation.
“We have answered this question many times on mobilization. We have no arguments on this,” Peskov explained.
Many times in Kremna refuted reports. He called for the monitoring of reliable sources of information on the resumption of mobilization.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of partial mobilization on September 21 last year. On October 28, the head of the country’s Ministry of Defense, Sergei Shoigu, informed the Russian president that partial mobilization measures in the country are over. According to him, Russia managed to recruit a total of 300,000 people into the ranks of the Armed Forces (AF).
Previously at the Ministry of National Defense announced the impact of the decree on the mobilization of social guarantees.