Defence Intelligence: “Cossacks” and the unemployed are being agitated – covert mobilization is underway in Russia

To replenish the reserves of the invading forces of the Russian Federation, continues measures of covert mobilization. Currently, the main focus of the Russian agitators is on recruiting “volunteers” from among the Russian “Cossacks” in the Rostov region and the Krasnodar Territory. The focus is also on citizens who have lost their jobs due to international sanctions and former service members living in other post-Soviet countries.

The campaign is underway in other parts of Russia. According to available data, the military commissariats of the Primorye Territory are actively working to find those wishing to take part in hostilities. The proposed salary of the “volunteer” – from 200 thousand Russian rubles.

Similar events are held in Bryansk, Kursk, and Belgorod regions. Local military enlistment offices offer short-term contracts for three months with training at landfills.

At the same time, preparatory measures are being taken for the possible announcement of partial mobilization in the Belgorod, Kursk and Bryansk regions in the event of a sharp deterioration of the situation on the Ukrainian front.

Campaigning events are met with significant distrust on the part of a potential “mobilized” people. After all, information about the significant number of people killed in the war with Ukraine is beginning to spread in Russia. Many of those who signed “short-term contracts” at the beginning of the war were unable to return home after the formal expiration of their contracts. Problems with the actual receipt of the promised funds are added – the military invaders either can not get the money at all, or receive smaller amounts.