Families were seen spotted saying their final goodbyes as recruits were sent off to the front lines.
According to local media outlets, so many Russians are being forced into the war against Ukraine and they’re not happy about it.
Around 300,000 reservists and prisoners were mobilized in a desperate effort by Putin to help make the army stronger as many soldiers refused to take part. And now, these individuals are being sent to fight against Ukraine.
Heartbreaking scenes from the streets of Moscow showed tear-jerking images of these individuals hugging and embracing their loved ones with a fear of uncertainty if they’ll ever meet again.
The news comes after a widespread wave of protests across the nation where so many individuals were seen showing resistance against the government’s decision to force them into the war.
They just felt the fresh anti-mobilization protests broke out in the central parts of Moscow during the afternoon hours.
Meanwhile, the EU President says the bloc should offer asylum to the Russians who wish to object to the decision to take part in the war. And that’s because massive arrests took place in the past few days as many raised objections to Putin’s decision.
“It’s not easy to flee from Putin’s press gangs. Those who wish to break free from the Russian dictator’s oppression and live life on their own terms must be allowed to do so”- the EU council chief explained.
Russia has begun staging referendums in Moscow-held regions of Ukraine and many are appalled at what’s going on.
The Russians have also openly threatened all of Ukraine’s western allies from interfering. This includes a stark warning being issued to the United Kingdom as it claims that it wouldn’t take long to threaten the British cities.
Now, train stations and army checking points are turning into a point of separation and it entails young couples who really don’t wish to fight.