On November 7, a rally of relatives of the Russian occupiers fighting in Ukraine took place in the capital of the terrorist state of Russia. About 10 people demanded that the mobilized be allowed to go home.
In a matter of minutes, the police dispersed the so-called protest action, however, the demands of the protesters point to growing tension within the Russian Federation. About it in social networks H British military intelligence reports.
British intelligence notes that relatives of the Russian occupiers held the first public street protest in Moscow after Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Protesters gathered on Teatralnaya Square and unfurled placards demanding to return their relatives home. According to British intelligence, since the beginning of the full-scale war, Russians regularly complain about the conditions of service of the mobilized in social networks.
It is also noted that the draconian legislation of the aggressor country of the Russian Federation does not allow relatives of the occupiers to unite in an influential lobbying force, as soldiers’ mothers did during the Soviet-Afghan war in the 1980s.
At the same time, British intelligence is confident that the small rally in Moscow indicates growing tension in Russia. Infinitely extended combat deployment of personnel without rotation is increasingly perceived negatively both by the occupiers themselves and by their relatives.
It is worth noting that the main demand of the so-called “initiative group”, which organized the rally in Moscow, is the demobilization of the occupiers. At the same time, the Russians openly say that they are “not against war” and call the Russian invasion of Ukraine a “special military operation.” In addition, the relatives of the occupiers are not against mobilization, but they want the leadership of the Russian Federation to settle the question of demobilization and the term of service.
Let us remind you that the aggressor country of the Russian Federation is having problems recruiting new “cannon fodder” for the war against Ukraine. Citizens of Russia increasingly say among themselves that the mobilization potential of their country has greatly decreased.
Earlier, the wife of a Russian soldier from Primorye complained that those mobilized were sent like “cannon fodder” to the front line without equipment, and those who refused were thrown into pits. For getting out of the pits, the command demands 400,000. rubles
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the decision of the dictator of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, that no one would let the mobilized men go home until the end of the so-called “SVO”, came as a surprise to Russians. The occupiers who voluntarily went to war were also distributed along with them. Read more about it in our material.
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