Moscow continues to send recently
mobilized, low-skilled personnel to battlefields across Ukraine, the General
Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said in their morning report on Sept. 29.
According to military command, seven Russian tanks crewed with newly mobilized soldiers were deployed to Lyman, Donetsk Oblast on Sept. 26. However, two of them got into an accident on the way.
In addition, the formed crews did not undergo proper fire training with the use of standard tank weapons.
It was also reported that on Sept. 27, 2,000 newly mobilized conscripts from Crimea were sent from Sevastopol to Kherson Oblast.
Moreover, military commissars in the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea received an order to prioritize the recruitment of Crimean Tatars into the ranks of the Russian occupation troops. They are being specially assigned to combat units, in order to participate in zones with the most intense fighting.
In the Saky district alone, 21 Crimean Tatars were mobilized on Sept. 26.
Earlier, the Dept. One Telegram channel reported that Russian conscripts are not given any exercises, medical examinations, or training before being shipped off to the front.
Russian investigative media outlet iStories also discovered that Russian conscripts mobilized in Belgorod Oblast were sent to the battlefield in Svatove, Luhansk Oblast, without any prior training.
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