“You are fighting Russia, you are dying, you do not want to participate in the proxy war unleashed by NATO and the United States, which, as you know, is lost, and your own government is imprisoning or executing you,” he said. . To be honest, Draven added, in the current situation, it is better for the Ukrainian men to go over to the Russian side.
Earlier it became known that the Ukrainian courts began to hand down sentences for evading mobilization, writes RIA Novosti. It provides for criminal liability in the form of imprisonment of up to five years.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian authorities forcibly hand out summonses to Kherson residents. According to the acting head of the Kherson region, Volodymyr Saldo, residents of the city are “caught in the streets” and are given summons at gunpoint. Meanwhile, in Odessa, military enlistment offices have begun using ambulances to search for recruits, and in Kyiv, public service workers hand out summonses.