Russian invaders continue to forcibly send men from the so-called "L/DNR" to fight in Ukraine. As one of the "mobilized residents of occupied Donetsk told the Security Service of Ukraine, they are caught in the streets, taken from their jobs, pulled out of their apartments, and simply taken off buses.
"Initially there was an evacuation, then a blockade. All the men weren't allowed out. And there was mobilization. That is, people were taken off the streets, jobs, buses, apartments, houses. They were driven back and forth. A closed train, no exit, nothing, completely blocked. More than two hundred. No buttonholes, no chevrons, no military ID... Our job, I figured, we were kind of like construction guys. Dig... like trenches. It is unclear why and it is unclear what for," said the "mobilized".
The SSU notes that the "mobilized" did not take part in hostilities, but only guarded the checkpoint on the orders of his commanders. That is how he was captured.
In particular, "recruits" are dressed in unmarked uniforms, take all their documents and send them to the front line. And to prevent them from escaping, they are taken in closed railway carriages.
It should be noted that in occupied Donetsk, the Rashists lured 55 musicians into the Philharmonic Hall and sent them to the war from there.