However, it will lead to growing distrust of the country's leadership.

This is stated in the report of the American Institute for the Study of War (ISW).

"The Kremlin's despotic approach to partial mobilization may successfully satisfy the domestic quota for mobilized personnel, but it is unlikely to lead to the emergence of effective soldiers and causes a significant negative reaction within the country," the report says.

Analysts note that the Russian authorities have already broken their promise to mobilize only those Russians who have military service experience.

"The Russian authorities are forcefully recruiting Russian citizens to fight in Ukraine under trumped-up pretexts, in violation of the Kremlin's promise to recruit only those with military experience. The Russian authorities are also demonstratively mobilizing personnel (such as protesters) who will join the war in Ukraine with terrible morale," they add.

We will remind, on September 21, during the morning address to the people, the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin,

 announced partial mobilization 

throughout the country from today.

According to the statement of the Russian dictator, reserve military personnel with military specialties and combat experience will be mobilized.

In the evening of the same day, it became known about the exchange of prisoners on the territory of several countries: Poland, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and on the border between Ukraine and the Russian Federation.

200 Ukrainian heroes 

were exchanged for Putin's godfather Viktor Medvedchuk,

 and Azovstal commanders were exchanged for 55 occupiers. 

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