October 4, 2022

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Recruiting: Men up to 50: London: Russia forms a new major union

Recruited: Men below 50 years of age
London: Russia Forms New Great Union

Russia wants to build a new military force to bolster its offensive in Donbass, according to British intelligence. So “3AC” had to move its headquarters east of Moscow. Militants are to be recruited directly from the newly formed volunteer regiments.

Russia is set to recruit volunteers for a new military force to bolster its offensive in Ukraine, according to British intelligence services. The recruits – up to 50 years old and men with high school diplomas – will be offered lucrative bonuses, the UK Ministry of Defense said in an update. Apparently, Moscow plans to draw the bulk of its fighters from newly formed volunteer battalions.

The headquarters of the new division, called “3rd Army Corps (3AC)” by the British, is said to be at Mulino, in the Nizhny Novgorod region, east of Moscow. However, London said it was unlikely to have a decisive impact on the war in Ukraine. Because the Russians would not succeed in bringing up the new forces to the regular troop strength of 15,000 to 20,000. Because people’s motivation to go to war against Ukraine is low.

There is the British Secret Service From catastrophic staffing shortages Reported in Russian troops. Accordingly, the front lines were in eastern Ukraine Wagner Mercenary Refilled. There are also nationwide calls to join Russian troops. For example in KonakovoPaying up to 6800 euros is tempting.

After significant losses, the Russians in Ukraine are currently struggling to continue their offensive in the Donbass on the one hand, and to fend off Ukrainian counterattacks in the south on the other. Since Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine began at the end of February, the British government has continued to release intelligence on its progress. Moscow accuses London of a disinformation campaign targeting London.

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