Russian officials massively flee abroad from mobilization
Officials go on vacation and never return to work.
Officials of the Russian government and the Moscow mayor's office are fleeing the mobilization abroad.
This is reported by "Current time" with reference to the editor-in-chief of the publication "Verstka" Lola Tagaeva.
"There is a fairly serious outflow of personnel. Therefore, someone is ready to cover them up to a certain point; someone is intimidated by dismissal. They are completely different stories. There is a certain chaos. I think the system is acting like it always does - trying to intimidate and threaten."
The publication knows cases of departure of employees of the Russian Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Digital Development, and the Central Bank.
In some departments of the Moscow mayor's office, 20-30% of the staff was missing since officials go on vacation and never returned after it.
“First of all, they go to the countries of Central Asia, as members of the Russian Football Union executive committee. Several different employees of the mayor’s office and ministries wrote to us; they wanted to share their stories. Nobody wants to fight, kill and be killed. Unlike the inhabitants of the Russian outback, departmental employees have access to a wide variety of information - not only to TV. They understand what is happening," Tagaeva said.
- According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, mobilized from Russia have already begun to arrive in the combat zone in the temporarily occupied territories and they are equipped with protective equipment, Soviet-style helmets and low-quality weapons.
- On October 28, Shoigu reported to Putin on the results of partial mobilization. Shoigu said that partial mobilization activities have been completed. According to him, in a month and 1 week after the announcement of mobilization, 300 thousand people were mobilized, and 82 thousand called up as part of partial mobilization have already been sent to the front.