Defence Intelligence: Parents of first-year students of the Naval Academy protest against sending cadets to war
First-year students of the naval training and scientific center of the Navy "Naval Academy named after the Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union N.G. Kuznetsov" in St. Petersburg were warned about the possibility of being sent to the combat zone in Ukraine.
After a month of training at the university, the cadets were evicted from the barracks, which were transferred for the needs of mobilization, to a building without repairs and windows. In order to avoid communication with parents and arbitrary leaving the place of service, cadets are under round-the-clock surveillance and security.
The cadets' parents appealed to the academy's leadership, but they were refused a meeting.
Military intelligence of Ukraine reminds that the Russian military has the opportunity to lay down their weapons and save their health and lives. Russians are guaranteed maintenance following the norms of the Geneva Conventions.