The Russian Defense Minister indicated that more than 200,000 people have been recruitedAlexander Nemnov / Agence France-Presse
Published 10/15/2022 21:49
At least 11 people were killed and 15 wounded in a “terrorist” attack on a Russian military training camp in the Belgorod region on the Ukraine border, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
“On October 15, in a military camp in the Ust military district, in the Belgorod region, two citizens of one of the CIS countries committed an attack,” the ministry said in a statement, referring to the CIS. It was formed by several former Soviet republics.
“During the shooting training, volunteers to participate in the special military operation [das tropas russas na Ucrânia]The terrorists opened fire with their machine guns on the unit’s personnel,” according to the document.
“Eleven people were killed in the shooting, and 15 were wounded of varying severity, and they were taken to health facilities for treatment,” he added.
He concludes that “the terrorists were killed by retaliation bullets.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a “partial” military deployment on September 22 to reinforce military units in Ukraine, where Russian forces have suffered several setbacks.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu indicated in early October that more than 200,000 people had been recruited into the Russian forces since the mobilization was announced.
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