(Seoul = Yonhap News) “Hi Daddy. Come back…”
In the Starioskol region of Russia, a young child sobs as he says goodbye to his father.
As soon as Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a partial mobilization order for the reserve forces, those called to serve were saying goodbye to their families without a promise.
The Associated Press reported on the 22nd (local time) that videos of Russians sending their families to the battlefield were being uploaded one after another on social media.
A video posted on Twitter showed men being called for emigration saying goodbye to their families in a building that appears to be a recruitment center in the Eastern Siberian city of Neryungri.
The men hugged their families and couldn’t let them go for a long time, and then they got on a bus and were dragged somewhere.
Most were in tears, and some covered their mouths to hide their sorrow.
The Russian military said at least 10,000 people volunteered to enlist within a day of the mobilization order being implemented, AFP news agency reported.
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