The Armed Forces says a soldier was killed in a series of bombings by pro-Russian separatists on Wednesday (23), following orders from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky to recruit reservists between the ages of 18 and 60. Country.
The service period for bookers is one year. The number of respondents to the call is not yet known.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy, President of Ukraine – Photo: Andreas Gebert / Reuters
Selensky announced the special recruitment of bookers on Tuesday (22), but rejected the general mobilization.
Ukraine has said it is seeking a diplomatic solution to the crisis, but has said it will not cede any territory to Russia.
Addressing the nation, Zhelensky also announced an “economic patriotism” plan, which would include promoting local production and reducing the value-added tax on petrol.
A tank is found on a street outside Donetsk, Ukraine, after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the deployment of Russian troops to two separatist regions in the east of the country following its recognition of its independence.
The Ukrainians must leave Russia
On Wednesday, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry urged its citizens to leave Russia as soon as possible because a possible invasion would reduce diplomatic assistance.
“The ministry advises Ukrainian citizens not to go to Russia and those already in Russia to leave the territory immediately,” a statement said.
Ukrainian players said on social media on Wednesday A soldier has been killed and six others wounded in shelling by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine over the past 24 hours.
The military says separatists continue to violate the ceasefire agreement.
On Facebook, the military said 96 blasts by separatists, 84 blasts the day before. According to the release, the separatists used heavy artillery, mortar and grenade launchers.
Ukraine has accused Russia of inciting violence, using it as an excuse to freely recognize the country’s east and move Russian troops into the region, accelerating the crisis that Western fears could trigger a major war.
Map showing landscapes of Ukraine and Russia – Photo: g1
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