Losses among the mobilized intensified criticism of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation – ISW
The Kremlin continues to try divert attention from mobilization and military failures by launching rocket attacks on Ukraine.
Public reports of the first deaths of ill-trained mobilized Russian servicemen in Ukraine have sparked renewed criticism of the Russian military command. This was announced by the American Institute for the Study of War (ISW) in a report for October 13.
Thus, the Russian media reported the deaths of five mobilized from Chelyabinsk in battles on the territory of Ukraine just three weeks after the announcement of partial mobilization by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
This information prompted many military bloggers to assume high losses among Russian mobilized from – for the lack of the promised training, equipment, cohesion of units and commanders, as well as repeated cases of illegal mobilization.
“Russian mobilization structures continue to face bureaucratic problems, which can further undermine the combat effectiveness of the mobilized personnel. Military bloggers claim that the Russian Ministry of Defense has not created the proper conditions for integration and control over the deployment of mobilized men on the front line. Military units distribute mobilized men to different units without proper consideration of their deployment, resulting in families complaining to the military leadership,” writes ISW.
Analysts stressed that the Russian authorities continue to try to distract the public from mobilization and military failures by launching missile strikes on Ukraine.
ongoing problems with mobilization. Renewed criticism over mobilization again shows how ephemeral the Kremlin's success in diverting attention from it,” the report says.
the war, which was expected to be the Kremlin's response to the explosions of the bridge across the Kerch Strait, the disruption of the mobilization process and the loss of most of the Kharkiv region and Liman, was summed up in ISW.
Earlier it was reported that Russia has stepped up an information campaign for false depictions of Ukraine as a terrorist state to divert attention from their own crimes ny.
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