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Syria, Russia accelerates the recruitment of militiamen to be sent to Ukraine

Russia accelerates the recruitment of militiamen to be sent to Ukraine. The technique is the same as in Turkey for Libya: high wages and benefits at home. Moscow emissaries offer aid to the villages, from Damascus to Deir Ezzor, and leverage local leaders

Russia is accelerating the recruitment of Syrian mercenaries to be sent to fight in Ukraine against the Kyiv forces. The method is the same used by Turkey for Libya. Wages offered outside the market (about 7,000 dollars for seven months) and benefits at home. In fact, emissaries from Moscow have been working for days to win the trust of local village leaders and institutional personalities, from Damascus to Deir Ezzor. In this regard, surprise distributions of food and other basic necessities have begun in the areas of influence in the Middle Eastern country. In addition, pro-Russia marches were organized in several cities including with the participation of university students, paid or forcibly forced to participate in the events. The demonstrations also attack the United States, accused of the alleged destruction of buildings used for education in Syria.

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