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Thousands of Russian soldiers were mistakenly called up

The men, about half of all those who received summons, were sent home because they did not meet the selection criteria for the partial mobilization ordered by President Vladimir Putin on September 21, according to Governor Mikhail Degargov.

Since September 21, when President Vladimir Putin ordered “partial mobilization” in Russia, errors have been reported from several parts of the country, which the Kremlin has also acknowledged. President Putin said that “mistakes must be corrected.”

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, who over the weekend called on the Russian military to deploy nuclear weapons, announced on Monday that he would send three of his sons – aged 14, 15 and 16 – to the front in Ukraine.

“It’s time for them to prove themselves in a real fight. I can’t help but welcome this desire ”, Kadyrov wrote in Telegram.

Kadyrov posts a video of his sons in camouflage clothing and dark sunglasses, smiling and raising their thumbs from a tank. In the video, the heavily armed boys fire rocket launchers and automatic weapons into the air. According to Kadyrov, the sons have been trained to fight since they were young, the Chechen leader says.

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov.

Photo: TASS

Vladimir Putin’s mother David Petraeus, the former director of the CIA and a four-star American general, told ABC News that he decided to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, and that the United States and its allies would destroy Russian troops and equipment in the country and sink the Russian fleet in the Black Sea.

We will respond by leading a collective NATO operation that will eliminate every Russian force we can identify on the battlefield in Ukraine and Crimea and every warship in the Black Sea.

Monday urged The Czech Republic requires all of its citizens to leave Russia, according to the country’s foreign ministry.

“In light of the ongoing Russian military invasion of Ukraine and the potential threats to deteriorate security in the country, especially for citizens of the European Union and NATO countries, the Czech Foreign Ministry strongly advises against travel to the territory of the Russian Federation,” the ministry’s website states.

Last week, the United States made a similar appeal to its citizens in Russia.

Since the Ukrainian army regained control of the city of Lyman, they also liberated two small villages in the Kherson region and reclaimed some land in the Luhansk region, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Today, Monday, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, said that Ihoj Murashov, the head of the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia, had been released. According to Ukraine’s state nuclear energy agency Energoatom, Russia kidnapped Murashov on Friday.

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