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“I don’t want to die for Putin!” Russians were detained at a mobilization rally in Novosibirsk


Russian security forces detained dozens of demonstrators in various cities on September 21 after President Vladimir Putin announced the partial mobilization of military reserve forces. Footage from Novosibirsk, where several dozen people came out on the central square, shows at least two detainees. According to the Russian independent Media Zone and Ukrainian media, the first person shown in custody shouted: “I don’t want to die for Putin or for you.” The independent human rights monitoring group in Russia “OVD-Info” recorded dozens of arrests at anti-mobilization actions in such cities as Moscow, Perm, Yakutsk, St. Petersburg, Izhevsk and Yekaterinburg. Russian Defense Minister Siarhei Shaigu said that according to the decree published on the Kremlin’s website, about 300,000 reservists can be mobilized to support the war in Ukraine. Posted by ACT-54 Black via Storyful


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