Russian citizens are not ready to fight against Ukraine,and queues of vehicles at the Georgia border
Russia's attacks against Ukraine continue on the 216th day. Even though the army is fighting, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a week ago that, if necessary, Russian citizens should be recruited into the army and sent to the war front of Ukraine. Russia has a law that states that the government can send any number of citizens into the war if there is a shortage of troops during the war. But the government will re-enlist people with some war experience. Citizens are scared after this order. Since they don't want that, they are leaving Russia. Citizens also say we do not want to fight against Ukraine in this endless war. That is why they are reaching Georgia with their cars and other vehicles. Putin's close businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin said citizens are afraid to join the army. Putin's attack on Ukraine was against the people's will. A soldier in Siberia died after being shot. He had recently joined the army. After that incident, people are afraid to join the army.
Referendums in 4 regions
Ninety-seven percent were in favor of Russia. Russia held referendums in its occupied Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson, and Zaporizhia in Ukraine. 97 percent of people in this region want to merge with Russia. These four regions account for 20 percent of Ukraine's total area.
Russia explodes Nord Gas Pipeline
Ukraine has accused Russia of blowing up the Nord Gas Pipeline in the Baltic Sea region. Mykola Padoliak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president, has accused Russia of detonating the blasts to confuse Europe before winter. Sweden has launched an investigation into the blasts.
Five thousand vehicles are waiting for 48 hours to go to Georgia. More than 40 thousand citizens have entered Tbilisi, Georgia, since February.