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Military Units of russia Cancel Sending Units to Ukraine through Mass Refusing Personnel to Take Part in Hostilities

September 14, 2022

Military Units of russia Cancel Sending Units to Ukraine through Mass Refusing Personnel to Take Part in HostilitiesIn units and formations, being located in the territory of the russian federation, the scheduled sending of personnel to Ukraine is canceled. The reason is a mass refusal to participate in hostilities.

Servicemen of the 5th separate tank brigades of the 36th army (Ulan-Ude) who write reports for dismissal due to refusal to continue participating in hostilities in Ukraine, are dismissed from service without taking into account any benefits (years of service - one year for three, veteran status, etc.). Personnel of the brigade, who are located in Ukraine, are given vacations only due to family circumstances (death of close relatives).

At the same time, there is a catastrophic shortage of personnel in the units participating in the war against Ukraine. In order to "solve the issue", the command of the occupation forces has decided to significantly reduce the time for the rehabilitation of soldiers after being wounded and contusions. The wounded soldiers in hospitals purposefully simplify diagnoses, do not perform previously scheduled operations and offer to return to the war in Ukraine. Doctors are "recommended" to give permission for scheduled surgical interventions only after the end of the war or with the direct permission of the commander of the wounded soldier.

There is a well-known case when a serviceman was discharged from the hospital in 3 days after a ruptured ear drum and a contusion. The official diagnosis is "otitis". It is recommended not to catch a cold in the ear. At the same time, surgical intervention was refused.

Currently, the invaders are trying to strengthen their task force near the temporarily occupied Kherson at the expense of "available reserves". For this purpose, it is planned to redeploy four battalions of the so-called "Kadyrivets". But currently, these units are significantly understaffed. Most of the personnel are not chechens, but mercenaries from the poorest regions of the russian federation.