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Moscow. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered a mobilization in Russia for the first time since World War II. He warned the West that if he engaged in “nuclear blackmail”, Moscow would respond with full force to its vast arsenal of weapons. Putin said in a televised address to the nation that “if the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will use all available means to protect our people.” It’s not a hoax. Russia has “too many weapons to react”.
A Reuters news agency report said Russia’s defense minister said 300,000 reserve forces would be called up for partial mobilization. This will apply to people who have previously served in the military. This partial mobilization of Putin can be seen as a turning point in the war in Ukraine. Because it was done at a time when the Russian army was forced to retreat as it fought off the Ukrainian army’s retaliatory attack. Some areas also came out of his possession.
Expressing its opinion on Putin’s decision, the British State Department said that if there was anything like this, we should take it very seriously. Because in reality it is a question of intensifying the attack. While Ukrainian presidential adviser Mikhailo Podolik told Reuters that Russia’s mobilization was a predictable move. Which would prove extremely unpopular. This will clearly show that the war is no longer going according to Moscow’s plan.
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While Putin said the partial mobilization of Russia’s 2 million military reserve is aimed at protecting Russia and its territories. Because Western countries do not want peace in Ukraine. He said that Washington, London, Brussels were inciting Kyiv to carry out military operations on our territory with the aim of “totally plundering our country”. Putin said nuclear blackmail was also used, citing Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant. Russia and Ukraine have accused each other of endangering the nuclear power plant in the fight.
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