Volodymyr Zelenskyi commented on the mobilization in the occupied territories of Ukraine
Ukrainians under Russian occupation should save their lives and try to help the armed forces, the head of state said.
People living in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine must avoid the mobilization of the Russian army by all means. This was announced by President Volodymyr Zelensky during a video address on Friday, September 23.
“I have a simple request to all our people who are in the temporarily occupied territories: do the basics – save your lives and help us to weaken and destroy the occupiers. Hide from Russian mobilization in any way. Avoid summons. Try to leave for the free territory of Ukraine,” he addressed his fellow citizens.
In the event of conscription, Zelenskyi also asks Ukrainians to help the armed forces as much as possible.
“And if you already enter the Russian army, sabotage any enemy activity, interfere with any Russian operation, give us all the important information about the occupiers: their bases, their headquarters, their ammunition depots. And at the first opportunity, move towards our positions Do everything to save lives and help liberate Ukraine,” the Head of State stressed.