The girl, who recorded the mass delivery of subpoenas, said that she had “never seen anything like this.”
Residents of the center of St. Petersburg were bombarded with subpoenas demanding to appear at the military registration and enlistment office.
This is reported by the Russian edition of “Fontanka”.
So, in the mailboxes of a house on Voznesensky Prospekt in the city center, I noticed dozens of summonses with the stamps “Appearance is required!”.
“You are obliged on August 13-18, 2022 to appear at the military commissariat of the Admiralteysky and Kirovsky districts of the city of St. Petersburg at the address: Rizhsky Prospekt, 12, room 28, to clarify the data,” the document says.
Recipients are asked to bring their passport and military ID with them.
The girl, who recorded the mass delivery of subpoenas, emotionally stated that “I have never seen anything like this.”
“They send a bunch of notices to old tenants, but this has never happened … Moreover, there are different ages – one is generally 49 years old. Judging by what I noticed, the youngest was 38 years old,” she says.
On the eve it became known about the formation in St. Petersburg of three “nominal” volunteer units to participate in the war against Ukraine. The formation of such detachments has been going on since the spring: more than 40 such units have already been created in at least two dozen subjects of the Russian Federation.
In turn, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Alexei Danilov is sure that no volunteer battalion “Moscow” or “Petersburg” exists and is unlikely to exist.
Russia sends mainly representatives of remote regions to the war. Residents of Moscow and St. Petersburg, where more than 12% of the country’s population lives in total, are practically absent in reports about the dead Russians.
The OPU noted that, on average, Muscovites die at the front 87.5 times less than Dagestanis, 275 times less than Buryats, and 350 times less than Tuvans.