Unknown people tried to burn the draft board in the Moscow region

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In Shchelkovo, an unknown person tried to burn down a military registration and enlistment office in Shchelkovo in May; this night, a Molotov cocktail was thrown through the window again. He threw a Molotov cocktail through the window of the building. As a result, a fire broke out in one of the offices, the Baza Telegram channel reports.

The incident took place on Central Street. “Molotov cocktail” got into the office, located on the first floor. The fire was quickly extinguished, no one was hurt, but the neighbors managed to take a few photos.

In the suburbs, unknown people tried to burn the military enlistment office

In the suburbs, unknown people tried to burn down the draft board

It should be noted that this is the second attempt to set fire to the military enlistment office in Shchelkovo. The first time they tried to burn it back in May 2022. Then unknown people threw two Molotov cocktails, set two offices on fire, and the archive was damaged.

In the suburbs, unknown people tried to burn the military enlistment office

In the suburbs, unknown people tried to burn down the military enlistment office

And on the night of October 11, an unknown person set fire to the military enlistment office in the town of Bakal, Chelyabinsk Region. They have already stated that the damage was minimal.

After the start of the war in Ukraine, cases of arsons of military registration and enlistment offices and local administrations became more frequent in Russia. During the first six months of a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, at least 20 military commissariats were set on fire in Russian cities, after the arsons there were much more.