Ukraine, in Russia woman sets fire to self-censorship executive

Anti-war gesture that cost her arrest by the security forces. Intelligence Gb: “Unlikely increase in Russian power with new recruits”

TO Fly a woman opposed to the war in Ukraine set the car on fire Yevgeny Secretaryov, a censorship officer Russian, responsible for media control of information on the army and its operations. The Kiyv Independent reports, citing Russian media, which explain how the woman would be arrested by Russian security forces.



Intelligence Gb: “Unlikely increase in Russian power with new recruits”

Meanwhile, British intelligence, in the daily update on the war in Ukraine, considers “unlikely” that the decree passed by President Vladimir Putin, which increases the number of Moscow armed forces by 140 thousand units, will lead to “substantial progress towards increasing the Russia’s fighting power in Ukraine. It is not clear – observes London – whether Russia will try to use this increased budget by recruiting more volunteer ‘contract’ soldiers or by increasing annual targets for conscription “.

But Russia – it is recalled – “has lost tens of thousands of soldiers and very few new contract soldiers are hired; and according to the legislation currently in force, conscripts are not technically obliged to serve outside Russian territory”, hence the assessment that new recruits are unlikely to make a difference in the field in the short term.



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