Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the NSDC, said that the majority of those mobilized in Russia are from the Muslim regions of the Russian Federation.

This was stated by the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine on the air of the "Great Lviv Speaks" program.

"As for the current mobilization on the territory of Russia, I can say that currently the majority of those mobilized there are representatives of the Muslim world. It so happened that they were born on the territory of the Russian Federation, especially in Tatarstan, Dagestan, higher Muslim communities. It so happened, that many children are born there (in these regions. - Ed.). And we currently have certain statistics from which regions they eventually recruit them," Danilov said.

In his opinion, sooner or later the mobilization will end in a disaster for Russia, but "before that we have to wait a little longer."

"Believe me, as soon as they start receiving coffins from our territory, they will already be the dead, not the ones who were there until now, conditional contract workers. These are people who were called directly by Putin to allegedly protect Russia - from whom to protect, it is not clear - because we are their territory was not attacked. We are on the territory of our country, we defend it. We are aware that this entire army will either remain there, will not reach here, or they will be disposed of, as the Armed Forces of Ukraine do flawlessly, for which we are very grateful." - summed up the secretary of the NSDC.

We will remind that in Dagestan they are asking Putin for a half-year "postponement" from mobilization.

Residents of the Republic of Dagestan became the most active participants in the resistance.

People go out en masse to protest actions, block federal highways, beat off men from the police.

There are many women among the protesters.

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  • "There was a war, but now it's politics": in Dagestan, men had an argument with an employee of the Military Commissariat (video)

  • They were beaten and "sent" in front of everyone: what is known about the shooter in the Russian Military Commissariat

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