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The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, appealed to those who shy away from partial mobilization in Russia. He wrote about this in the Telegram channel.
“You can come up with different excuses,” Kadyrov wrote. According to him, a person can say that he does not support the current policy, or “invent a fairy tale” that the “idea of war and the concept of weapons” is alien to him in principle. Also, the evader could say that he does not accept violence.
“But know that you are just a coward, a traitor and a second-class person,” the Chechen leader stressed.
He added that when these people need the state, they are citizens demanding respect for their rights, and usually pointing a finger at the second chapter of the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
“When you want to expand your comfort zone, you are a patriot to the core,” the head of Chechnya pointed out.
“But when the state needs your support and they hand you a summons, who are you?” Kadyrov asked. According to him, this person is “not grateful to the state and a defender loyal to the people.” This man, as Kadyrov pointed out, abandons “relatives, friends, acquaintances, house, city…”
“And no excuses will wash away this shame of yours, a deviant,” Kadyrov wrote.
Earlier, Svetlana Bessarab, a member of the State Duma Committee on Veterans Affairs, commented on the decision of the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov not to mobilize residents of the republic due to over-fulfillment of the plan. She added that it is necessary to extend this practice to other regions. If a large number of residents of any region are already in the area of their own in volunteer battalions formed before partial mobilization, then the issue of sending new soldiers should be approached differentially.