Since the beginning of the war, 220 assaulted military enlistment offices have been identified

Since the beginning of the war, 220 assaulted military enlistment offices have been identified

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Ministry of Internal Affairs has discovered 220 cases of attacks on military enlistment offices and government facilities, as well as 184 cases of sabotage on railways. This was reported by the representative of the department, Stanislav Kolesnyk, Interfax reports.

According to him, 85 percent of arsons were solved: 220 persons were identified, 15 of them minors.

Kolesnyk added that 141 people, including 59 teenagers, were detained in cases of sabotage. He also accused the Ukrainian special services of involving Russian teenagers in sabotage of infrastructure facilities and government bodies.

The representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs made this statement at the meeting of the parliamentary commission “on the investigation of criminal actions against minors by the Kyiv regime”.

  • After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, military enlistment offices, police departments, city administration buildings, and “United Russia” receptions began to be set on fire all over Russia. After the announcement of mobilization, the number of such attacks increased many times.



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