The disgruntled women claim that the meeting will be staged in advance.
“The Council of Mothers and Wives is in Moscow for the third day. We are trying by all means to get the authorities to dialogue,” she shared in a video statement on social networks by the leader of the association, Olga Cukanovová. She explained that her organization was reacting to Putin’s planned meeting with mothers of soldiers on November 27.
“From experience I can say with certainty what kind of meeting it will be. Mothers will ask the right questions, which will be approved and verified in advance,” she said. “Not a single person will get to the event whose participation is not confirmed in advance,” she added.
The Kremlin is preparing a second wave of mobilization, writes ISW. At the same time, Putin talked about the end
The war in Ukraine
“Vladimir Vladimirovich, are you a man or not? Do you have enough courage to meet face-to-face and publicly with women whose participation will not be approved?” Cukanovová also appeals in her video statement.
Putin’s announcement of partial mobilization on September 21 sparked a wave of protests across Russia. Although the large-scale demonstrations have gradually died down since then, smaller protest actions by women have been held from time to time.
The Council of Mothers and Wives demands, among other things, that there be no irregularities in the mobilization, a ban on the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine and peace negotiations between Ukraine and Russia, she said station Nastojaščeje vremja Cukanovová. The leader of the association states that her son, who is a soldier in the basic service, was forced to sign a contract so that he could be sent to fight in Ukraine.
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