Hidden mobilization in Russia has failed. However, despite this, the Russians found a way to attract new soldiers. The Kremlin decided to send military personnel from Crimea, who betrayed their oath in 2014, to fight in Ukraine.
This is reported by Viktor Andrusiv, advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs.
"In April, they organized a forced mobilization in the LDNR. However, people began to hide, and at the front, these soldiers scattered at the first shelling. So the Kremlin found a new solution - the 2014 mobilization of Crimean traitors," Andrusiv said.
According to the advisor, there are about 14 thousand traitor soldiers of Ukraine.
"In 8 years, many of them demobilized and left the service. So, now they are forcibly mobilized and replenished with them broken brigades, which are on the reconstruction in the Crimea. The peculiarity is that traitors are not subject to exchange. They are under Article 111 treason and will be sentenced to 15 years in prison," he added.