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Germany is ready under certain circumstances to accept deserters from the Russian army, as well as opponents of the regime of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
This was stated by the Minister of Internal Affairs Germany Nancy Feather in an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.
“As a rule, deserters who face severe reprisals will receive international protection in Germany. Anyone who boldly opposes the Putin regime and therefore puts himself in great danger can seek asylum in Germany due to political persecution”, — Feather said.
Earlier, BAGNET reported that the day before, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization in Russia. They want to attract 300 thousand Russians to the ranks of the occupiers in the Kremlin.
Before that, the terrorists from the "LDNR" announced their intention to hold pseudo-referendums in the occupied territories of Ukraine, namely Zaporozhye, Kherson, Donetsk and Lugansk regions.
Western leaders have already reacted to Putin's new intentions to mobilize. Most of them called for increased military assistance to Ukraine, and the Kremlin’s plans are considered a failure if Moscow has to announce mobilization.
On September 22, mass protests and discontent among Russians began in various cities of Russia after the announcement of partial mobilization. Citizens are fleeing en masse from the country and setting fire to military registration and enlistment offices.
Prepared by: Sergey Daga