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Zelenskiy expresses doubt that Russian mobilisation is really over



Volodymyr Zelenskiy (the Ukrainian president) expressed doubts about Russia’s partial mobilization declaration being over. He stated that Russia’s poor performance might have meant that more men were needed.

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu stated that the call-up to 300,000 Ukrainian reservists in Ukraine was complete.

“We have received information that the enemy has stopped mobilizing. It appears that there is no need for more Russian citizens to go to the front. Zelenskiy said in a video that they have different views about the frontlines.

“Even though Russia is trying to increase pressure on our position using conscripts, they are so poorly prepared and equipped, so brutally used to their command, it allows for us to suppose Russia may soon require a new wave of warships.”

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