More than 500 conscripts from Crimea will serve in the territory of Russia

About 500 conscripts from the annexed Crimea will be sent for military service in the Russian Federation, as stated by the military commissioner of the Crimea controlled by the Kremlin, Oleg Yermilov, as reported by Krym.Realii.

"We will send [for military service] about 500 people who will serve in different types of armed forces," he said.

Yermilov added that the recruits will be sent mainly to the Moscow and Rostov regions of Russia.
The transfer of conscripts will take place after November 10th.

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry issued a statement in which it demanded that Russia should cancel conscription for military service in the annexed Crimea calling it illegal.

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