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Unfit for battle, thousands of Russian troops were sent back

 Photo: 300,000 soldiers have been drawn from the reserve force for the war in Ukraine

Thousands of Russian troops taken to fight in Ukraine have been sent back. Because they are not fit for war.

Two weeks ago, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the mobilization of troops from reserve forces for the war in Ukraine. After his announcement, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that 300,000 new troops would be taken to Ukraine.
According to a report by Al Jazeera, thousands of Russian soldiers have been sent home because they are unfit for duty.

Mikhail Degtyarev, the governor of Russia's far-eastern Khabrovsk region, said in a video message on Telegram that tens of thousands of people were enlisted in the past 10 days, but many were deemed ineligible. About half of the enlisted have been sent back home, he said, adding that they did not pass the selection process to enter the army.

Khabrovsk's military commissar has been removed, he said, adding that it will have no effect on the military gathering.

Last September 21, Russian President Putin announced the military gathering. This is the first time since World War II that troops have been drawn from the Reserve Force. Thousands of Russian citizens fled abroad after the declaration of annexation for war in Ukraine.

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