Russian forces plan to mobilize underage Luhansk residents
In the temporarily occupied territories, invading Russian forces are opening pseudo-patriotic centers to mobilize minors
This is reported by the Center for National Resistance.
A Russian special training center Warrior will start operating in the temporarily occupied Luhansk. According to the Russians' plan, children as young as 14 will be sent for military training. And from the age of 16, they will be immediately prepared for mobilization, which is a gross violation of Article 51 of the Fourth Geneva Convention.
"The National Resistance Center has gained access to the list of all persons involved in the deployment of such centers. And each of you will be held accountable for the crimes committed!" the statement reads.
- As of December 4, the Russian troops have illegally imprisoned 190 people in Crimea. They also buried at least 584 Russian army soldiers, 456 of whom were allegedly Ukrainian citizens.