Some 90% of Putin's mobilization orders were issued to the Crimean Tatars.
The picture shows the blessing ceremony before the Crimea conscription goes to the battlefield.
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Russian President Vladimir Putin recently issued a partial mobilization order to recruit troops, causing people in Russia to rebound, and the Crimea region, which has been occupied by Russia, cannot escape the fate of being recruited.
According to foreign media reports, 90% of the current recruits are from Crimea, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky condemned Putin's actions in his external speech, saying that "this is a deliberate attempt to destroy the Tatar nation."
According to comprehensive foreign media reports, most of the mobilization orders were issued to the Tatars, and the media said that the mobilization in Crimea was "illegal mobilization" at all.
Tatars account for 13% of Crimea's total population, and the population is mainly composed of Muslims. According to data reported by the Ukrainian human rights organization, almost 90% of the subpoenas for the mobilization order were issued to the Tatars.
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In this regard, Zelensky rebuked Putin's behavior in a film released to the public, believing that it was deliberately destroying the living space of the Tatars; and Zelensky's top agent in Crimea, Tamila Tasheva ) also agrees that Putin's draft order against Crimea is a punishment, because the Crimeans' stance is more pro-Ukrainian.
Crimea occupation military commander Sergey Aksyonov said on the 25th that the military mobilization order in Crimea has officially ended.
He particularly thanked the Crimeans who were willing to go to the front because they "did their duties and showed courage".
Mobilization in Crimea went very well pic.twitter.com/qizizXEx4V
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