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Date: December 24, 2023 Time: 13:38:26

On his social networks, Kishak, now an active military man, wrote that starting December 28, as part of the mobilization, “checkpoints will be installed in each city and region.” He said that the infantry will go to “older people, children of pompous figures, bloggers and anyone who comes across.”

This information has not been officially confirmed, but earlier it became known that in the Obukhovsky district of the kyiv region, military commissars are organizing mobile checkpoints to issue summonses.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has extended martial law and general mobilization until February 14, 2024, and the Verkhovna Rada is preparing a new law on mobilization.

Earlier, Ukrainian Armed Forces officer Vasily Samovar stated that Ukrainians must prepare for full mobilization, even though the conflict will still end in negotiations.

By NAIS

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