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The Kremlin wants to confiscate the money of those who left the country since the first partial mobilization.

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Sedan Before an expected new round of mobilization and forced recruitment The Russian authorities are increasing massive pressure on all Russians who have fled military service abroad. The speaker of the House of Commons, the head of the Duma, Vyacheslav Volodin, has now suggested a corresponding law: according to this, their property should be confiscated if they do not return.

Analysts both in Russia and in Western security circles expect Russian President Vladimir Putin to soon allow more Russians to be drafted into the army due to the confused military situation and high casualty count. The Kremlin has denied this so far.

The head of the Kremlin has 300,000 soldiers putin moved in for the last time after the partial mobilization of September 21 – and thus already triggered a wave of escapes. Based on Russian migration flows, the private Alfa Bank has estimated that at least 1.1 million Russians have left their country since then. The Russian media even calculated a number of more than two million refugees.

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