“You come to your country’s consulate abroad for any issue, and instead of helping you you get a summons to the army. If you don’t show up, they start looking for you and start a criminal case,” the Polish politician said. .
According to him, similar events have already been recorded in Poland.
Earlier it became known that the mass mobilization began in the western regions of Ukraine. So, according to LPR intelligence, the military registration and enlistment offices in Ivano-Frankivsk, Uzhgorod and Kamenetz-Podolsk switched to working 10-12 hours a day.