Russia-Ukraine War: Anxiety looms over nuclear war as Putin declares “partial mobilisation” (video)

Following it’s announcement of the acceptance to recognize the Donbass, Zaporozhye and Kherson region as part of Russia through a referendum, the Kremlin has now declared a partial military mobilisation to support its stance. This comes as Vladimir Putin praises Donbass militia fighters as patriots who deserve legal status.

According to Alexey Leonkov(Editor at Arsenal of the Fatherland), several reasons necessitated this move by Moscow. Some of those factors include recent turn of events. About one hundred and fifty thousand (150,000) Russian military personnel have been fighting in Ukraine since, a number that is seen as inadequate to facilitate the incoming historical change.

The recently announced referendum is seen as another deciding factor, especially to forestall potential attacks on key areas by the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU). Again, Russian military operations briefings has revealed that more than half of Ukrainian military are either inactive or dead. This entails that foreign boots from NATO & allies are on ground in Ukraine and helping them to fight against Russia and the separatist fighters. Musings from senior Russian officials also suggest the western governments are taking the Kremlin’s restraints for granted, opining that it is time to end the prolonged conflict.

Watch Vladimir Putin, Russian President Declare Partial military Mobilisation in his Full Address to the nation.

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