Minister of Defence of Russia: There are no plans for additional mobilization

The Russian government is doing everything possible to achieve its goals in the near future

by Sead Dedovic
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Minister of Defence of Russia: There are no plans for additional mobilization
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Though there were predictions that the Russians would quickly conquer most of Ukraine and accomplish their objectives, it has been evident for a long time that it is almost impossible to accomplish this goal. As a result of heavy defeats on many fronts, the Russians had to mobilize a large number of soldiers in order to overcome the situation.

There may still be a need for it for a long time to come. According to Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, Russia has no plans to mobilize additional men to fight in Ukraine since more than 335,000 have already signed up to fight in armed forces or volunteer units.

The Russian government is doing everything possible to achieve its goals in the near future. Huge amounts of money are invested in armaments production. "There are no plans for additional mobilization," Sergei Shoigu said a few days ago.

Sergei Shoigu: 335,000 people have joined the military service

Many people wonder how sincere these statements are and how much truth there is in them. There are over 335,000 soldiers ready to fight for Russia who have joined military service since the beginning of 2023, and this number is expected to increase.

"Since the beginning of the year, more than 335,000 people have joined the military service under contract and in volunteer formations," said Sergei Shoigu. It appears that the Russians are ready to fight and assist Putin in achieving his goals.

For now, the Russian leader appears to have the support of the majority of the Russian population in the country, though it is not clear whether this support is realistic considering that it could have huge consequences if there were to be opposition from some.

It remains to be seen if Putin's actions will face resistance or if he will be able to maintain his grip on power. It is also unclear what the long-term implications of his actions will be for Russia's future.

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