Over the past day, nine military enlistment offices in Russia have been set on fire.
This is reported by the Telegram channel Baza.
Details: According to the Telegram channel, attempts to set fire to military commissariats were recorded in the cities of Mozhaysk and Podolsk, Moscow region, Rososh, Voronezh region, Kazan, Omsk, St. Petersburg, Kaluga, as well as Verkhnouralsk and Kopeysk, Chelyabinsk region. According to the Telegram channel, almost all of the arsonists said they had received calls from fraudsters.
For example, on the night of August 1, a 54-year-old employee of a Chelyabinsk metalworking plant was detained for attempting to set fire to a military enlistment office in Kopeysk. She threw a Molotov cocktail into the medical office of the military enlistment office.
Two hours later, there was an attempt to set fire to a military enlistment office in Verkhnyouralsk. A 34-year-old local resident was detained at the scene.
Another military enlistment office was set on fire in Kaluga. There, a 78-year-old pensioner was detained for attempted arson.
Author - Olena Madiak, 01/08/2023