There was a fairly wide publicity regarding the signing on June 30 by the fake “head of Crimea” Sergey Aksyonov of the criminal “decree No. 151-У” on the “new composition” of the illegal “draft commissions for mobilization” in the occupied Crimea.
The Ukrainian authorities reacted to these criminal act even before the “publication” of the mentioned criminal “decree”. As the Representation of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea stated, the citizens of Ukraine in the occupied Crimea are again planning to be forced to fight against their own state, as is already happened with those whom the occupiers illegally “conscripted for military service”.
It is noteworthy that after that, the occupiers’ propaganda tried to deny preparations for illegal “mobilization actions”, publishing a statement by the criminal “military commissar” of the Russian invaders Yuri Lymar’ that these criminal acts were allegedly “daily turnover” due to “major changes in municipalities”.
At the same time, the Russian invaders made the previous criminal “decree No. 80-У” of Aksenov on similar issues in 2018 and then “supplemented” it twice, replacing individual personalities of illegal performers.
Consequently, the option of “turnover” was previously criminally implemented by the occupiers in a different way, and the criminal “decree No. 151-У” is actually a completely new “document” clearly related to the criminal “law No. 231-ФЗ” approved by aggressor in Russia itself two days earlier, on June 28, 2022, regarding the transfer of the aggressor’s economy to a military footing.
In addition to this disinformation, Russian propaganda declares that the population of the Russia-occupied districts of the south of mainland Ukraine will allegedly not be criminally “conscripted” into the ranks of the aggressor’s army for five years, as it was allegedly “in Crimea” before.
This is a deliberate lie, and not only because the occupiers will not be able to keep the relevant areas under their control for such a long period. After all, in fact, the Russian invaders carried out the first criminal “conscription” of the Crimean residents on the occupied peninsula a year after the start of the Russian aggression, in March-April 2015.