The Russian occupants will try to mobilize to patch up holes in the units in the Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson directions.
Partial mobilization in Russia will make it possible to replenish the units of the invaders in the Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson directions.
This was stated in an interview with Russian human rights activist Mark Feygin by Advisor to the Office of President Aleksey Arestovich.
“I would venture to suggest that they will now try to replenish the existing units. They will set the task of finishing off the Donetsk region, and setting up a stable defense in the Kherson region. Perhaps they will try to move in the Zaporizhzhia direction. And to defend Lugansk. A counterattack is possible in the Kharkiv direction. But I don’t see any more there are no special prospects because there are no weapons and equipment, and there is no junior staff that will allow the creation and deployment of new brigades,” said Aleksey Arestovich.
He also added that in general, mobilization in the Russian Federation is a demonstration and an attempt to exert pressure.