Russia sends 10,000 naturalized citizens to frontlines in Ukraine

Published June 28, 2024

A senior Russian official says about 10,000 immigrants who obtained Russian citizenship have been sent to the frontlines in Ukraine.

The Chairman of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, made the remarks on Thursday.

He said authorities have identified more than 30,000 foreigners who recently received Russian citizenship but were not registered with the military.

Bastrykin said the authorities have begun to implement the provisions of Russian laws that require persons who have received citizenship to register with the military and, if necessary, take part in the special military operation. He added that about 10,000 of them have been sent to the special military operation zone in Ukraine.



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Russian soldiers take part in a parade for Victory Day in Moscow’s Red Square on May 9, 2023. Photo for illustrative purposes. (Sefa Karacan/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Published June 28, 2024

Russia has sent around 10,000 immigrants who recently received citizenship to join the military fighting in Ukraine, said Investigative Committee head Alexander Bastrykin at a press conference on June 27.

The individuals are reportedly in Ukraine to “dig trenches and build fortifications,” Bastrykin said, implying they might not be directly involved in combat operations.

The 10,000 individuals are out of 30,000 new citizens authorities have reportedly “caught” who shirked their obligation to register for military service, he added.

In October 2023, Bastrykin suggested that individuals who recently received Russian passports but declined to serve in the military could have their citizenship revoked.

Military service is mandatory in Russia for all men aged 18-27, although Russia has vastly widened the scope of who it seeks to see in the military after huge losses suffered in its war against Ukraine.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on March 31 to conscript 150,000 citizens as part of the regularly occurring spring conscription campaign, but conscripts are not officially allowed to be sent to fight abroad.




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