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Ukraine expects the strongest wave of mobilization


The leader of the parliamentary faction of the Servant of the People party, David Arakhamia, has authorized increased mobilization in Ukraine due to Russia’s decision on nuclear weapons.

The Verkhovna Rada has raised the possibility of opening a second front with Belarus, the Russian president having decided to deploy tactical nuclear weapons there.

“If Russia deploys tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, Ukraine can increase its mobilization and bring at least eight additional army brigades to the border with the Republic,” David Arakhamia said.

Arakhamia broke the news during an interview with Britain’s Sky News TV channel, calling Russia and Belarus’ plans a “real challenge”. The politician believes that for the new reality it will be necessary “to enlist even more people in the army”. At the same time, the length of the front can increase by more than a thousand kilometers.

Earlier it became known that on the Internet they mocked the words of the head of the Ukrainian state Volodymyr Zelenskyy about the lack of weapons among the fighters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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