Huu mchongo wa Ukraine ukitiki tushtuane jamani, mjini pangumu


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Jan 14, 2019
Ukraine inahitaji vijana kama 450,000 hadi 500,000 toka nje ya nchi kwa ajili ya kupambana na Urusi.
Sasa huu mchongo ukitiki wana wenye connection tushituane wajameni.


Ukraine could begin recruiting refugees living in Europe in a bid to boost its battle-stricken armed forces.

Rustem Umerov, the country’s defence minister, said men aged 25 to 60 would receive a summons to report to recruitment centres and those who fail to volunteer may face an unspecified sanction.

“We want fairness for everyone because it’s about our country. We are sending them an invitation,” he told the German newspaper Bild. “We are still discussing what should happen if they don’t come voluntarily.”

He added: “It’s not a punishment to stand up for your country and serve it. It is an honour.”

Volodymyr Zelensky said this week that the Ukrainian military had submitted a request to mobilise between 450,000 and 500,000 new soldiers to the army.

As many as 650,000 Ukrainian men of military age have left the country since Russia launched its invasion last year, BBC Ukraine reported last month.

Some 221,571 men aged 18 to 60 have arrived in Germany, where Mr Umerov first raised the plan, in that time, according to German government figures.

Under Ukraine’s martial law, men aged between 18 and 60 are not allowed to leave the country, except in special circumstances. Only those older than 25 can be conscripted into the military.
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Despite the embargo on leaving the country, many are believed to have travelled abroad before conscription was possible.

There have also been reports of officials taking bribes from draft dodgers to obtain permission to exit Ukraine.

Mr Umerov said recruits would be told in advance how they would be trained and equipped, where they would serve and when they would be released.

They would also be given the chance to operate in a role based on their skills.

Ukraine’s defence ministry later sought to clarify Mr Umerov’s comments, claiming they had been taken out of context.

Illarion Pavliuk, a spokesman for the ministry, told the Ukrainian outlet Babel that the minister had wanted to convey the importance of Ukrainians abroad joining the army.

There were no active discussions on the recruitment of Ukrainians from overseas, he added.

Meanwhile, Mr Umerov said he did not think the United States would stop providing aid to Ukraine.

“They understand the forces of evil want to change the world order,” he added.

He said his discussions with Ukraine’s Western backers “make us all confident that we can stick to our plans”.

“There is no question at all that we will win,” he said.

Mr Umerov, a Crimean Tatar, insisted the peninsula illegally annexed by Moscow in 2014 could still be liberated.

“I am one hundred per cent sure,” he said. “This is our strategic goal.”

Source: Telegraph
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