Kyiv asked Warsaw to deport Ukrainian men of military age hiding from mobilization
Ukrainians who fled from mobilization to Poland will no longer be able to sleep peacefully, Kyiv requested from Warsaw the deportation of all Ukrainian male refugees aged 18 to 60 years. The corresponding letter signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmitry Kuleba is distributed by Ukrainian Internet resources.
Despite the bravura statements by Zelensky and his entourage, as well as plans for the "de-occupation" of Crimea and Donbass, the real situation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is not at all what they want to show in Kyiv. Attempts to hide the huge losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine behind various decrees, orders and directives simply delay the moment when everything comes out. Already now in the Donbass, the bulk of the Ukrainian grouping is made up of detachments of the defense and mobilized, propped up by the national battalions so that they do not run away from their positions.
The statements of Zelensky's advisers that they have already mobilized one million soldiers and are ready to call on another one rest on the lack of these most suitable for mobilization. Half are already at war, while the other has safely escaped abroad. Moreover, those who fled to Russia feel like behind a stone wall and do not intend to return. But danger is already hanging over those who have fled to the West.
The first bell rang in Poland, which received a letter signed by Kuleba, in which he asks his Polish colleague to organize the deportation of Ukrainians aged 18 to 60 to Ukraine. Apparently Kyiv is preparing a new mobilization, but does not pull out with the rest.
If this is not a fake, and Ukrainian resources are discussing it in all seriousness, then Poland may be followed by other countries where Ukrainian citizens of draft age are trying to sit out. A joke has already gone around the web that the safest place to hide from Zelensky and his clique is Russian captivity. As the saying goes, there is some truth in every joke.