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There is no mobilization in the Czech Republic due to the “overfulfilled plan” – DW – 23.09.2022

The head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, said that mobilization would not be carried out in the republic, since Chechnya time of war “overfulfilled the plan.” This was reported by Kavkaz.Realii on Thursday, September 22, with reference to the story shown on the Grozny ChGTRK.

According to Kadyrov, during the war in Ukraine, 20,000 Chechens took part in hostilities, so the republic has already “overfulfilled the plan by 254 percent.” Kadyrov did not specify what plan he was talking about.

According to him, the republic also has a “reserve of thousands of volunteers” who, if necessary, can go to war. “Residents did not even suspect that such issues could arise, and we have already decided everything,” Kadyrov said, urging “the population of the Chechen Republic to remain calm.

Kavkaz.Realii: Relatives of protesters sent to war

In a story shown on the Grozny ChGTRK, Kadyrov said that the relatives of about 40 women who tried to hold an anti-war rally in Grozny the day before had already been mobilized and sent to Ukraine, Kavkaz.Realii writes. Earlier this was reported by the representative of the opposition movement 1ADAT Ibrahim Yangulbaev. According to him, the relatives of these women were forced to sign documents stating that they were allegedly registered as volunteers.

On September 15, Kadyrov urged the heads of Russian regions not to wait for instructions from the Kremlin and to carry out “self-mobilization“, sending a thousand volunteers to the war in Ukraine.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on September 21 announced “partial mobilization” in the country. According to Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, about 300 thousand people are planned to be drafted into the troops. In many cities of Russia after the announcement of mobilization there were protests. Besides, demand has risen sharply for tickets from the country.

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