Crimean appeal to the Tatars: they "lost" their phones, moved to another place

Crimean appeal to the Tatars: they “lost” their phones, moved to another place

The representative of the President of Ukraine in Crimea called on the residents of the peninsula, which Russia arbitrarily annexed in 2014, to avoid mobilization, or, if that fails, to surrender to the Ukrainian armed forces. The agency confirmed that the Russian mobilization mainly affects the population of the occupied Ukrainian territories, especially the Crimea, and there are already reports of mass summonses being delivered from different parts of the peninsula.

The representative advised people living in the Crimea to hide and in no case sabotage the packing: to avoid receiving summons,

“Lost” their smartphone, if possible, leave the peninsula or move elsewhere and do not announce their new location.

“For those whose summons is still being handed over, we advise you not to go to the recruitment office,

“They can only be fined with a fine,” the office wrote in a statement.

At the same time, the Presidium of the Organization for the Defense of Crimean Tatars, the Council, called on the residents of Crimea to protest for an indefinite period against conscription into the Russian army.

Presidential Spokesman Serhiy Nikiforov announced that President Volodymyr Zelensky has instructed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to respond to the Russian forces’ deployment of Iranian Kamikazydron aircraft in Ukraine. Nikiforov stated that Iran’s sale of arms to Russia is a step against the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, as well as against the life and health of Ukrainian citizens. Reminding: Iran has repeatedly declared its neutrality and readiness to play the role of mediator in stopping the Russian aggression against Ukraine.

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The Ukrainian General Staff said in its report on the situation on Friday that the Ukrainian forces took control of another village in Donetsk province, Jakyvka, and regained positions they had previously lost in the direction of Bahmut.

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