Due to the death of relatives in Ukraine and the conditions created by the Russian military by their own leadership, the families of those mobilized in Russia are ready to protest, according to the summary of the Ministry of Defense of Great Britain.
"The Kremlin is likely to be concerned that more families of reservists are willing to risk arrest to protest the conditions in which their relatives serve," the report said.
According to intelligence, on the front in Ukraine, mobilized Russians face poor provision, terrible training and grueling combat tasks. Some begin to feel like serious chronic diseases.
Britain's Ministry of Defense believes that a large number of recruits have been killed or injured while digging trenches and trenches under artillery fire around the town of Svatove in the Luhansk region.
As noted, many reservists died in Donetsk region during frontal assaults on well-established Ukrainian defense lines around the city of Bakhmut.