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General Staff: Arson of military registration and enlistment offices will be qualified as terrorist attacks

Vladimir Tsimlyansky, deputy head of the main organizational and mobilization department of the General Staff, in an interview with Rossiyskaya Gazeta, said that arson of military registration and enlistment offices would be qualified under articles about terror attack or calls for terrorist activities.

Tsimlyansky threatened that for setting fire to the building of the military registration and enlistment office, he could face up to 15 years in prison. Also, a representative of the General Staff confirmed that such cases in Russia are now “not isolated.”

“Citizens under the influence of negative emotions commit illegal actions against individual employees of military commissariats, as well as military commissariats in general,” said Tsimlyansky . According to him, the spring conscription took place “in the conditions of telephone terrorism, arson of military registration and enlistment offices, as well as intimidation of conscripts and their parents through false media reports.”

Today, the FSB reported on the arrest in Novosibirsk of a 23-year-old “organizer” of the arson of military registration and enlistment offices. According to the service, the Novosibirsk citizen “on the instructions of foreign customers was looking for perpetrators to commit arson.” cite__image” alt=”1″ />ArticleThe sound of burning is the sound of the end. Who sets fire to military registration and enlistment offices in Russia and how the security forces are trying to fight it – a study by Mediazona

Earlier, a court in Tolyatti arrested 35-year-old Pavel Korshunov in the case of a terrorist attack (part 1 of article 205 of the Criminal Code). In a video published by the public Samara Vestnik, he says that he tried to set fire to the local administration building to “intimidate employees” due to the announced mobilization.

After September 21, military enlistment offices and administrative buildings in Mordovia were on fire in Russia, Kaliningrad, Leningrad, Amur, Kaluga, Volgograd regions, Nizhny Novgorod and other parts of the country.

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