In the annexed


, the occupiers have already mobilized about 60,000 men.

The mobilized are sent to training grounds in the villages of Perevalne, Kozacha Bukhta, and the city of Sevastopol.

This was reported by former ombudsman Lyudmila Denisova with reference to data from the Crimean Tatar Resource Center.

Former military personnel who served before 2014 fall under the "draft".

In particular, retirees by age.

According to her, even ordinary passers-by are taken to the army. 

"Russian guard cars stand on the streets of populated areas and serve summonses to all the men they meet," Denisova said.

The Crimean Tatars are being mobilized en masse on the peninsula.

They are taken from places of compact residence in the Crimea and delivered to military commissariats.

As reported, in the temporarily occupied Crimea, cases are recorded when summonses are issued to people with disabilities and cancer patients.

Residents of villages are also mobilized en masse,

summonses are issued at checkpoints.

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