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Zelensky instructed to work out the issue of serving subpoenas at gas stations and streets

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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky instructed Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal to work out the issue of serving subpoenas on the street, gas stations (gas stations) and roadblocks. This was announced on August 1 by the Ukrainian leader.

Accordingly, the head of state responded to a petition that appeared on the website of Zelensky’s office to ban the delivery of subpoenas to conscripts on the streets, gas stations and roadblocks.

“I turned to the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal with a request to comprehensively work out the issue raised in the electronic petition in the context of respect for the rights of citizens and legislation on military duty and military service”, the President noted.

Earlier, on July 21, it became known that the government of Kyiv decided to start mobilizing pensioners with combat experience, since Ukraine needs “powerful reserves” for a counteroffensive. The former head of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine (SVR), General of the Army Mykola Malomuzh, confirmed this message, noting that mobilization is necessary in order to throw all forces on Kherson.

In addition, on July 20, LPR Ambassador to Russia Rodion Miroshnik told Izvestiya about the forced mobilization that is taking place in the still unliberated territory of Donbass. He noted that people were “grabbed” on the street, given weapons and sent to the front.

Miroshnik also said that an active hunt for Western artillery mounts and missile systems began at the front – the American HIMARS MLRS and the French Caesar self-propelled guns. He added that “the stubborn defense of the Ukrainian side will be very expensive.”

The day before, Lieutenant Colonel of the People’s Militia of the LPR Andrei Marochko spoke about the preparations in Ukraine for the mobilization of women for military service. He drew attention to the fact that Ukrainian propaganda indirectly confirms the mobilization of women. Military women are increasingly appearing in replicated commercials.

On the same day, the official representative of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, said that residents of the cities of Artemovsk, Chasov Yar, Soledar, Dzerzhinsk and other nearby settlements were forcibly mobilized in Ukraine due to significant losses in personnel and equipment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (APU). Significant losses were suffered by the 66th and 72nd mechanized, 58th motorized infantry and 10th mountain assault brigades of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He also noted that the Armed Forces of Ukraine are seizing vehicles from local residents to complete their formations, Konashenkov specified.

Prior to that, on June 12, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov admitted that due to high losses, Kyiv is sending untrained young soldiers to the front.

On February 24, Russia announced the start of a special operation to protect Donbass. The operation began against the backdrop of the aggravated situation in the region in mid-February. Then the authorities of the DPR and LPR reported on the increased shelling by the Ukrainian troops, announced the evacuation of the civilian population in the Russian Federation and asked for recognition of independence. On February 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a corresponding decree.

For more up-to-date videos and details about the situation in Donbass, watch the Izvestia TV channel.

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