Governor of Kursk Starovoit supported Kadyrov's idea of collecting volunteers for a special operation Roman Starovoit, following Sergei Aksenov, supported Kadyrov's initiative of “self-mobilization” in the Russian regions. The head of Chechnya suggested that each region collect 1,000 volunteers to be sent to Ukraine =”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
The head of the Kursk region Roman Starovoit supported the initiative of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, to start “self-mobilization”; in Russian regions. Starovoit wrote about this in his telegram channel.
“I will support the call of Ramzan Kadyrov. Yes, now every head of the region must act as responsibly as possible in his post and help our troops, — he said.
According to Starovoit, more than 800 volunteers have already been sent from the Kursk region to various military units participating in the special operation, including the Seim logistics battalion, which will transport fuel, food, ammunition and everything necessary. “All fighters are trained in special centers of the respective units before being sent. Volunteers were fully provided with everything necessary, namely, equipment, uniforms, means of protection and communication, — emphasized the head of the region.
With a call for “self-mobilization” Kadyrov spoke earlier on September 15. He suggested that each region muster 1,000 volunteers. “For a single subject, this is not such a large number, I would even say that it is— the minimum that subjects must meet to begin with. But on a national scale, this is an impressive military contingent of 85 thousand people— almost an army»,— he said.
According to Kadyrov, the governors should not wait for the Kremlin to declare martial law or “sit out waiting for the end” of the war. special operations in Ukraine. Assistance to the state from the regions should not be expressed in verbal speeches or car races, but in concrete actions, the head of Chechnya believes.
The initiative of the head of Chechnya was one of the first to be supported by the head of Crimea, Sergey Aksyonov. According to him, “self-mobilization” in the Russian regions is necessary for “the defeat of the Nazis and the restoration of peace.”
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Russia has been conducting a special military operation in Ukraine since February 24. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, its goals are the “demilitarization” of and “denazification” countries. In Ukraine, martial law and mobilization were declared in response. President Volodymyr Zelensky said in May that 700,000 people were taking part in the hostilities on the side of Kyiv.
In Russia, mobilization was not announced: the Ministry of Defense reported that only a part of the military personnel were participating in the special operation, and their number was “quite sufficient to fulfill all the tasks set by the supreme commander in chief. On September 12, after the decision of the Ministry of Defense to redeploy troops from the Izyumsko-Balakleysky direction to the territory of the DPR, a State Duma deputy from the United Russia party Mikhail Sheremet advocated a general mobilization in the country.
On the same day, Dmitry Peskov, press secretary of the President of Russia, refused to answer a question about mobilization. He recommended contacting the Ministry of Defense.
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