Russian officials will not send their children to war with Ukraine

15:25 26 September Kyiv, Ukraine

After the announcement of the start of mobilization in Russia, on September 21, mass protests took place in the country. "Partial" mobilization in fact allows you to call on the service of anyone. Which of the children of Russian diplomats will go to the front, experts sorted it out.

The Kremlin's decision led to few protests in about 40 cities in Russia, but thanks to a strong government-controlled security bloc and a small number of protesters, the riot was quickly extinguished..

However, the arson of military registration and enlistment offices in many Russian cities and villages has resumed, and the dissatisfaction of Russian citizens regarding the non-participation of officials and their children in mobilization is also growing.. And if officials can officially hide behind armor, then their children, who in all respects fall under mobilization, have no official excuses.

For example, the son of Deputy Security Council Dmitry Medvedev, Ilya (27), who graduated from the Faculty of International Law at MGIMO in 2016 and immediately after graduation was hired by the VKontakte company, is not sent to fight.

The two sons of Nikolai Patrushev, former director of the FSB and Secretary of the Security Council, will not receive a summons either: Dmitry, who allegedly is not subject to mobilization, since he holds the post of Minister of Agriculture, and FOR SOMETHING Andrey, who is an ideal candidate, since he graduated in 2003 FSB Academy and until 2006 worked as a personnel officer of the special services in the department in charge of the oil market.

The two sons of Russia's chief propagandist Vladimir Solovyov, who are subject to mobilization, could also show patriotism: 35-year-old Alexander, who graduated from the University of the Arts in London and received a master's degree in Film and Television Direction, and 20-year-old Daniil, who graduated from the Lomonosov School and devoted his party life.

The ideal candidate by the standards of State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin, who stated that deputies meeting the requirements for mobilization should go to war, is the grandson of the chairman of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Gennady Zyuganov, 33-year-old Leonid Zyuganov, who graduated from the sociological faculty of Moscow State University in 2010.

The 33-year-old son of the head of Rosneft, Igor Sechin, who has already received a medal of the Order for Merit to the Fatherland, II degree for his contribution to the development of the fuel and energy complex, and who works as deputy director of the department of joint projects in his father's corporation, will not go to war either.

The ideal candidate, the 29-year-old son of the chairman of the state corporation VEB.RF, Igor Shuvalov, Evgeny, who from September 2011 to September 2012 served in the special forces of the Pacific Fleet based on Russky Island, will not fall into any mobilization wave.. Why did he study and pass diving training, airborne and mountain training, as well as engineering (mining) and hand-to-hand combat at public expense, if he never put them into practice?

Neither does Nikolai Choules, 32, the son of Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who served in the missile forces and is a military reserve, have any intention of fighting either.. Moreover, when Russian journalist Dmitry Nizovtsev, on the air of the Popular Politics channel on September 21, called Peskov's son, introducing himself as an employee of the military registration and enlistment office, and invited him to come for a medical examination the next day, Nikolai openly stated that "it will be decided at a different level."
“You must understand, if you know that I am Mr. Peskov, how not entirely correct it is for me to be there ... I need to understand in general what is happening and what rights I have. Tomorrow they take me away - believe me, neither you nor I need it, ”Peskov replied..
Indeed, for more than 6 months it is difficult to understand what is happening in general and what rights anyone has ... The only thing that is clear, for some reason, the children of officials, as always, have more rights than ordinary citizens of Russia.

Naturally, NONE of the children of Russian officials at the federal and regional levels, as well as the officials themselves, will NEVER take part in the Russian-Ukrainian war, since each of them is aware that there will be no turning back, and none of the relatives need LADA Kalina.