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Spiridon Kilinkarov: On mobilization in Russia

Spiridon Kilinkarov: On mobilization in Russia

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry of an opposition politician has been published Spiridon Kilinkarova:

Being a conscript in the ranks of the Soviet Army in military unit 73413, no one asked me, and I did not ask questions why I should participate in the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, it happened by the will of fate and it was my duty.

When discussions are underway about partial mobilization, it must be borne in mind that each category of citizens, including the military, has a certain package of social benefits and state guarantees, as well as certain obligations. It doesn’t happen that the whole society supports the army through taxes, and you served like that - you didn’t grieve, but then bang, and you have to do the main work, and you write a report. And to fight ... let a hard worker from the factory go, who regularly paid taxes, so that you have the opportunity to get a preferential mortgage or get a free apartment, communal benefits or some other goodies. Simply in everything, and in this matter especially there must be justice.

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