Families of those mobilized in Tuva are given a live ram in exchange for a recruit
Families of Tuvans mobilized into the Russian army have already received 91 rams as first-priority aid.
The Russian Republic of Tuva government, where the Minister of Defense of the aggressor country Sergei Shoigu comes from, reported on specific assistance to the families of those mobilized into the Russian army. They are given coal, firewood and live sheep.
This was reported in a press release on the official portal of the government of the Republic of Tuva.
The report notes that such assistance is provided at the direction of the head of the Russian region Vladislav Khovalig.
91 rams have already been handed over to the families of the mobilized within the framework of priority assistance. According to the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Tuva Sergey Ondar, the distribution of livestock will be completed this week.
In addition to sheep, the families of the mobilized are planned to be given flour and potatoes - they have already been brought to the mayor's office of the capital city of Kyzyl. Also, in several districts of Tuva, local authorities decided to provide assistance in the form of solid fuel, particularly coal and firewood.
Local Telegram channels report that on Thursday, September 29, residents of the region went to a rally against mobilization. Immediately after that, it was announced that it was completed in Tuva.