The State Duma accused Kyiv of wanting to “fight to the last Ukrainian woman”

On September 5, a member of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs, Dmitry Belik, commented to Izvestia on the decision of the Ukrainian authorities to put women on military records from next month.
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“The Kyiv regime has brought Ukraine to such a state that women, including pregnant women and those with young children, must be registered with the military. Ukrainian women are ready to be sent to the front line, now the concept of “fight to the last Ukrainian” takes on a new meaning: “fight to the last Ukrainian,” he said.

Belik added that Ukrainian women should risk their lives, while Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and his entourage “will follow commands from across the ocean, line their own pockets and exchange the lives of the Ukrainian people.”

“The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine issued an order according to which women of a wide range of specialties receive the status of conscripts — from accountants to cashiers, from journalists to secretaries. There is no need to wait for protection, justice, or gratitude in Ukraine,” the deputy said.

He called on Ukrainian women to “make a sound decision and leave the country.”

The fact that women liable for military service from October 1 will be banned from leaving Ukraine became known the day before.

On August 18, Fedor Venislavsky, a member of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security, Defense and Intelligence, said that in Ukraine, women who own a number of professions that will not be registered with the military from October 1 can be held administratively liable.

State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin pointed out on September 5 that women are only “expendable material” for Kyiv. He urged Ukrainian women to move to any other country, “otherwise, all this will end with mobilization and sending to slaughter.”

In December 2021, the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine issued an order according to which women of certain specialties aged 18 to 60 receive the status of conscripts. Among them are accountants, secretaries, managers, media workers (journalists, editors and photographers), cashiers, dispatchers, delivery men, programmers, employees of the tax service and the prosecutor’s office, agricultural workers and representatives of other professions.

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