The Kremlin announced a partial mobilization in the country, as well as a large-scale exchange of prisoners on one day – September 21.
Advisor to the head of the President’s Office Mykhailo Podolyak does not consider these two events to be a simple coincidence. He calls it “an attempt to postpone the end of the empire.”
This is the opinion of Podolyak expressed in an interview with Deutsche Welle.
“This is a concrete attempt to disguise with mobilization several failed cases that Putin currently has. This is an exchange that is difficult enough for propagandists, this is also a Ukrainian counteroffensive, and this is an attempt to hide the large-scale losses that exist. Many factors forced him to declare mobilization. Therefore it is not just a coincidence that on the day of the exchange, Putin announced the mobilization. This is an attempt to delay the end of the empire,” said the OP adviser.
We will remind, on September 21, during the morning address to the people, the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization nationwide from today. According to the statement of the Russian dictator, reserve military personnel with military specialties and combat experience will be mobilized.
In the evening of the same day, it became known about the exchange of prisoners on the territory of several countries: Poland, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and on the border between Ukraine and the Russian Federation. 200 Ukrainian heroes exchanged for Putin’s godfather Viktor Medvedchuk, and the commanders of “Azovstal” – for 55 occupiers.