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Arson of military registration and recruiting offices continues in Russia – DW – 9/23/2022

At least four cases of arson targeting military registration and recruiting agencies and district administrations took place in Russia overnight on Friday, Sept. 23, the ChTD Telegram station reports, citing media reports and bloggers.

According to ChTD, a Molotov cocktail was thrown into the military registration and recruitment office in the city of Svobodny in the Amur region and damaged the facade. In the Khabarovsk military registration and recruitment office, a Molotov cocktail was placed between the bars of the windows of the office of the head of the mobilization department and the office for storing statistical documentation.

In the city of Kamyshin in the Volgograd region, a man with a stocking on his head threw two Molotov cocktails through the window of the city hall. Windows were smashed in the Altai village of Tselinny and a fire was set in the House of Culture, where the board of the village council is located, Shot Telegram reported.

Arson of military registration and recruitment offices started after the announcement of mobilization in Russia

The day before in Toljatti set the door on fire and the porch of the city administration building on Belorusskaya Street. Unknown persons threw a Molotov cocktail at the door of the building. Mash reported that the fire occurred in the building of the Military Registration and Recruitment Office in St. Petersburg, located on the territory of the Lomonosov Municipality. The fire area was 6 square meters. meters.

Unknown people tried to set fire to the building of the military registration and recruitment office in the city of Gai, Orenburg region, the flames destroyed only one wall, wrote the Orenburg edition Gai.rf. On Wednesday, September 21, a fire broke out in the building of the military commissariat on Alyosha Peshkov Street in Nizhny Novgorod. According to local edition, the recruitment center’s dental practice caught fire. Baza said the fire also started after a Molotov cocktail was thrown through a window.

Announcing Mobilization and Protests in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on September 21 “partial mobilization“to send reservists to the war in Ukraine. Protests were held in a number of Russian cities, during which” locked up more than 1300 people.

The democratic youth movement “Spring” called on the Russians for new protests on Thursday, September 22. “Active mobilization is underway throughout the country. Thousands of our men will soon be able to go to the front. We can and must resist!” pronunciation activists.

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Mobilization at any cost?

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