"The West crossed the red lines" .. Putin announces partial mobilization in Russia

21 September, 2022
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"The West crossed the red lines" .. Putin announces partial mobilization in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree declaring partial mobilization in the Russian Federation, according to the Kremlin press service.


Putin announced that it was necessary to "take a decision to support the Ministry of Defense's proposal to announce partial mobilization in Russia," revealing that he had signed the partial mobilization decision.


The Russian President explained that the partial mobilization order "will allow to quickly change the mechanisms for fulfilling the demands of the Ministry of Defense on the part of the Russian government."


The Russian President said during a televised speech on Wednesday that his country "will support the decision that the residents of Donbass, Zaporozhye and Kherson will take on their future," referring to the referendum's support for the accession of these regions to the Russian Federation.


 That there are “anti-Russian plans in Ukraine, as they turned the Ukrainian people against Russia,” Putin added in his speech on the Russian military operation in Ukraine, today, Wednesday, explaining that the Ukrainian army planned “to launch operations against Donbass and launch an attack on Crimea, and for this we launched Operation in Donbass.


The Russian president considered that "those who fight in the Donbass are professional heroes and volunteers who defend Russia and Donbass," stressing that the Russian forces "liberated the largest part of the lands of Kherson and Zaporozhye, according to the established plan."


"Kyiv has received an order to undermine the peaceful solution proposals," explaining that "Washington, Germany and others are giving orders to Kiev against Russia," the Russian president indicated.


 “The West has crossed all lines in its hostile policy against Russia, and we constantly hear threats against our country and people,” he continued.


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