Russians are seen crying and screaming as soldiers leave their families, mothers and friends to the front lines. Children are crying and saying ‘come daddy’ as their fathers get on a bus to take part in the war in Ukraine.
Days before Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a secret order to mobilize a million reserves and send them to the front lines of the war to fight in Ukraine.
Footage posted online shows a toddler crying uncontrollably as her father gets in a car to join Putin’s rally. The child is also heard saying, “Please come back to Papa” in the video.
The video is from Stary Oskol in the Belgorod region where a number of Russian soldiers boarded buses to attend their military duty.
One of the claims was that these men “near the Ukrainian border in the Belgorod region” would be the first new recruits to the front line, but all of them would have to have at least one month of training. earlier, according to him Daily Mail.
Other videos posted online show university students being escorted by police from their lecture theaters on their way to military service in Ulan-Ude, Buryatia, a region badly affected by Putin’s war.
The horrifying scene at Buryatia State University came to light just days after Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced that students from higher education would not be enrolled.
Another video from the Russian city of Makhachkala shows buses full of soldiers leaving the city, and families including their mothers, girlfriends and wives can be heard crying bitterly for their men, believing that they are not. cannot go back to their homes because of the war.
It came as flights out of Russia were sold out shortly after Putin announced the mobilization of the reserves, the first since World War II. The cost of flights has also risen to £10,000.
Seats on flights to international airports from Moscow and St Petersburg were quickly rebooked after Putin’s speech on national TV yesterday, leaving those unable to afford five one-way tickets to are thinking of calling the war in Ukraine, according to sources The Daily Star.
Source : www.ibtimes.sg