Mobilization in Russia: Preparing for tough protests in Primorsky Krai – GUR
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The military commissars of Primorye were supposed to mobilize about 8 thousand people. There are fewer and fewer people who want to fight in Ukraine, so the security forces are preparing for mass actions – they are connected to the video surveillance systems of institutions and organizations.
Officials in Russia's Vladivostok are preparing for mass protests over public dissatisfaction with the mobilization into the Russian army. This was reported by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (GUR MO) in Telegram.
The fears of the local authorities are dictated by the tough opposition of people to mobilization measures in the Primorsky Territory, military intelligence say.
The police and special services are developing plans to suppress possible acts of disobedience and strengthen the police regime in the Primorsky Territory, noted in the GUR MO.
One of the measures is to check the operability of video surveillance systems of institutions and organizations in Vladivostok. Law enforcement officers are asking for remote access to them. In the coming months, frame metal detectors will be installed at the entrance to mass events sanctioned by the authorities, Ukrainian intelligence noted.
According to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense, the vast majority of the population does not support the war in Ukraine and mobilization events in the Primorsky Territory. The reasons for this are the presence of a significant number of ethnic Ukrainians in the region and the loss of the Russian army.
The Governor of the region, Oleg Kozhemyako, announced on November 3 the completion of mobilization in Primorsky Krai. According to the official, recruitment to the troops was stopped on October 31. Those wishing to enter military service on a contract basis or volunteer to fight were asked to contact the military registration and enlistment offices at their place of residence.
The military commissar of the region Nikolai Trigubko said that more than 7,700 people were to be mobilized in Primorye. Krai government officials allegedly received 150 summonses and went to the military registration and enlistment offices
A resident of Vladivostok died after a protest at the recruiting station
In September, a resident of Vladivostok, 39-year-old Sergei Fedoseenko spoke out against mobilization at the recruiting station. The military commissars, as Radio Liberty reported, called the police. They put handcuffs on the man and took him to the official car.
After arriving at the police department, the police saw that he became ill and called an ambulance, the doctors pronounced him dead. How Fedoseenko was taken to the police station and what happened to him in the police car is unknown.
“I didn't even know that he was planning to go to the draft board. Especially with protest. I'm surprised because the brother who lives there told me that my father volunteered and got on the bus with the mobilized “, – said the son of the deceased Vyacheslav.
Russian President Vladimir Putin promises to pay the mobilized 195 thousand rubles (3150 dollars). Not everyone receives the money – more than 100 recruits in the Ulyanovsk training center refused to fight until they received the amount.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported on the completion of “partial mobilization” on October 28, 82 thousand people have already been sent to fight in Ukraine.