A Russian MP has stated that the newly mobilized troops will be trained for only two weeks before being sent to the front lines.

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2022 – Russian invasion of Ukraine

Russian State Duma deputy Gennady Zyuganov revealed more details about Putin’s plans for partial mobilization. In a speech, Zyuganov called for sending the newly “mobilized youth” on a short training course.

Zyuganov said that Russian conscripts should be sent on a two-week training course, which he said: “should be sufficient.” However, according to media reports, Russia does not have the infrastructure to train the troops adequately.


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