The 70-year-old Kremlin leader is actively discussing a new forced enlistment to swell yet further the size of the Russian army fighting in Ukraine.
- Vladimir Putin is set to boost mobilisation with more troops set to enter Ukraine
- Putin has already drafted 360,000 on top of his one million strong regular army
- The scheme comes as Putin’s men were forced to retreat from Kherson last week
- This comes as the first train arrived in the liberated city since the initial invasion
The 70-year-old Kremlin leader – who is believed to be suffering from cancer and possibly other ailments – is actively discussing a new forced enlistment to swell yet further the size of the Russian army fighting in Ukraine.
Putin-watcher Valery Solovey, a former professor at Moscow’s prestigious Institute of International Relations [MGIMO], a training school for spies and diplomats, said: ‘With a high degree of probability, the second stage of mobilisation will be announced after the New Year celebrations…’
It will be ‘more comprehensive than the first.’ More @ Source