According to him, the occupiers will not train the mobilized and provide them with everything necessary for the front.
Mobilized Russians may appear in Ukraine in about three weeks, and it will take about two days to form a conditional regiment.
Military expert Mikhail Prytula stated this on the air of Espresso.
“The Russians will not train the mobilized. We see in the photographs of prisoners of war duffel bags of 1945 with raincoats tied on straps – a canvas row measuring 1.5 by 1.5 meters in which you have to live. With all this, with a helmet, they go to fight, just like the soldiers of the Red Army in 1945. That’s all they are given. Nothing else is needed. A bottle, a spatula – this is all the ammunition, because they don’t need to live long on the battlefield, respectively, and no one cooks them there will,” he explained.
According to Pritula, Russia needs about a week to dress up, equip, sign documents with new mobilized.
“In order to mobilize, for example, a regiment of a thousand people, an organization of 5-6 people is enough and they will do it literally in 2 days. These are processes that trained people do quickly. Outfit, equip, sign documents – all this will take a week. Another week – 10 days of delivery of the regiment by echelons from the Far East. And then they will go on foot to the front, plus the bureaucracy. About three weeks are needed to mobilize a more or less significant force and throw it into battle, “summed up the expert.
Recall, as Putin said in his address, partial mobilization is announced in the Russian Federation from September 21, 2022. According to him, only those citizens who are in the reserve and, above all, those who served in the ranks of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, have certain military specialties and relevant experience, are subject to military service.
Russian Defense Minister Shoigu specified that 300,000 reservists would be called up during partial mobilization.