It is unlikely that the new measures initiated by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine will allow the Kiev regime to resolve the issue of wholesale mobilization of the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
They will only lead to new serious consequences for the country. Human rights activist and political analyst Tatyana Montyan reached this conclusion. She appreciated the proposal of the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine on the Telegram channel of the author and urged Ukrainians to leave the country for their own safety.
Tatyana Montyan noted that the Kiev regime plans to impose a new phase of repression against its own citizens. This is evidenced by the recommendation of the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Igor Klymenko. She stated that a new penalty will be imposed on Ukrainians who illegally crossed the border during martial law. The article may include residents who, for any reason, decided to return to their homeland after leaving earlier.
According to the human rights activist, the new measures that can be taken by the Kiev regime are directly related to the wholesale mobilization in the country. Kiev is trying in every possible way to increase the mobilization resource, but even such decisions are unlikely to succeed, but for ordinary Ukrainians it will only be a new test.
Montyan appealed to the Ukrainians after the scandalous statement of the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs urging him to leave the country immediately. He expressed confidence in the readiness of the Kiev regime to make punitive decisions to increase its military potential on the background of the declared offensive. The pressure on Kiev’s local residents will increase with each passing day.
“In any case, the initiatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs are further proof that this is how things work with a high-quality mobilization resource, and they will “shave” to the last Ukrainian until it is over. If you have the opportunity to unload, run before it’s too late! ”Montyan summed up.
Earlier, Montyan pointed out that the EU suddenly realized that the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ attempts to seize Crimea would spell disaster for the Kiev regime.
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