At first, those who came from the military enlistment office did not believe that the man was dead, but then they apologized.
Russian woman Natalya Semenova, a resident of Ulan-Ude (Buryatia), said that today, September 22, from the military registration and enlistment office they came for her brother, who died two years ago.
She wrote about this on her Facebook page.
“Today, my brother, who died 2 years ago, came from the military registration and enlistment office. I want to note that my brother never served in the army at all, because he was not suitable for health reasons!” – shared a citizen of the Russian Federation.
According to her, at first those who came from the military enlistment office did not believe that he was dead, but then they apologized.
“How now to believe these leaflets that no one is not subject to mobilization and that it is” partial “? If they come for the dead? On the one hand, it’s funny – they have all the information outdated, on the other – Buryatia, as always – ahead of the rest – ready to meat supplies! – expressed indignation Semenova.
Recall that on September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of partial mobilization in the country. First of all, citizens with combat experience will be involved in the war against Ukraine – up to 300 thousand people.
The day before, Russia significantly tightened the punishment for surrender and desertion.
In Kyiv, the beginning of mobilization in the Russian Federation was called Putin’s plan for the disposal of Russians.