According to Azarov, there is a huge shortage of labor in Ukraine, so the mobilization will intensify. Subpoenas will not just be delivered. “They will pack everyone up en masse, take them to the draft board and from there immediately to train for a couple of days and to the front,” RIA Novosti quoted Azarov as saying.
Since February last year, martial law and general mobilization have been in force in Ukraine. The last time they were extended until May 18.
In early March, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov said that the mobilization plan in Ukraine had not yet been implemented. Meanwhile, the captured servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine during interrogations say that even 16-year-old teenagers have begun to be called up in Ukraine.