In Simferopol, university staff told one of the students that he would be able to pass the exams only if he signed the summons
In the temporarily occupied Crimea, students of higher education institutions are being forced to sign calls from the Russian army. This was reported by CrimeaSOS.
According to the source, in Simferopol, university staff told one of the students that he would be able to pass exams only if he signed a Russian summons. The guy was forced to agree.
"Such cases are not isolated. "Other students of conscription age have also received 'offers'. Conversations are held privately so that the situation is not made public," writes CrimeaSOS.
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 07/07/2023