Invaders start mobilizing public sector employees in Mariupol

Invaders start mobilizing public sector employees in Mariupol

In the temporarily occupied Mariupol, the invaders began to order male public sector employees to pass a military medical commission for the purpose of mobilization.

"The mobilization in Mariupol has begun. A military enlistment office has already sent the first group of male public sector employees to pass military medical commission," Petro Andriushchenko, adviser to Mariupol mayor, posted on Telegram.

He noted that all those men already received Russian passports.

As reported, Mariupol suffered one of the biggest humanitarian disasters caused by Russia's aggression. The city was almost 90% destroyed as a result of enemy shelling. Residential buildings, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, etc. were damaged and destroyed.

Currently, more than 100,000 people remain in the city. The invaders are pressuring the citizens of Mariupol, especially public sector employees, to get Russian passports.

While citing and using any materials on the Internet, links to the website not lower than the first paragraph are mandatory. In addition, citing the translated materials of foreign media outlets is possible only if there is a link to the website and the website of a foreign media outlet. Materials marked as "Advertisement" or with a disclaimer reading "The material has been posted in accordance with Part 3 of Article 9 of the Law of Ukraine "On Advertising" No. 270/96-VR of July 3, 1996 and the Law of Ukraine "On the Media" No. 2849-Х of March 31, 2023 and on the basis of an agreement/invoice.

© 2015-2024 Ukrinform. All rights reserved.

Extended searchHide extended search
By period: