Students of Vladivostok State University were offered to deliver agendas as part of the announced mobilization, one of the students told Kholod about this.
According to the interlocutor of the publication, messages are sent in group chats, they are addressed to students of 2-4 courses who have academic debts and open practices.
“Students now mostly try to understand whether they are subject to mobilization or not, urgently pay off their student debts, because the threat of expulsion has taken on a somewhat more gloomy <…> There is no jingoistic patriotism and no interest in handing out subpoenas,” the student told Kholod.
Summons to the military registration and enlistment office as part of mobilization the day before were handed to detainees at protests in at least three Moscow police departments, as well as in Voronezh. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that this “is not against the law.”