Ukraine's new mobilization law: not effective enough? | DW News

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At least two people have been killed and several wounded in the latest Russian airstrikes on the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Kharkiv, which is close to the Russian border, and has increasingly been the target of attacks.

In western Ukraine, at least five people were killed and 30 wounded in a Russian missile attack on the Black Sea port of Odesa. One of the buildings badly damaged was a law school commonly known as the 'Harry Potter castle' of Odesa.

With the frontline situation worsening, Ukraine has been stepping up recruitment efforts. As part of a new mobilization law, Kyiv has stopped issuing passports and providing consular services for military-age men. Our next report looks at what this means for Ukrainians abroad.

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Safest country for Ukrainian men is ironically Russia.

ld
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Poor and crippled will fight. Rich and well-connected won’t.

andrewenglish
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.... when the wars begins, politicians give ammunition, the rich gave foods and the poor give their children. When the war end politicians shake hands, the rich raise foods price, and the poors look for the grave of their childrens....
~ Serbian proverb

antongavutti
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Nato will continue to fight to the last Ukrainian 😢

Alberto-txvo
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You cannot make people fight if they don’t want to.

davidkennedy
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Rich man's war poor man's fight

jamesstack
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If Ukrainians like Denys Davydov can avoid draft and keep living peacefully abroad, other Ukrainians could and should too!

nuke_Godjira
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Frank has suddenly become more realistic than he used to be, things must be really bad for Ukraine's war efforts.

deleoladeji
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Why isn't there any talk of a peace deal?

charlesyoung
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That is the democracy and freedom Europe always preaches.

zccxjcs
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trapping civilians in Ukraine and forcing them to fight is insane

Grumbledookvid
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I’m from Russia.
Don’t deport them back to Ukraine. They just want to live.

Maxhartmann
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They should be drafting women too, Aren't women equal to men these days? what about gender equality. Democracy at its finest.

radioheadreddy
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Ukraine lost 31K soldiers (Zelensky), and it needs 500K new soldiers to replace them.

whatwasithinking-jtnz
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Only 30k casualties but needed 500k to keep the frontlines defended, 😂, no wonder Ukraine's Military chief called Zlensky a liar lol

nuke_Godjira
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Why aren't we talking about equality ? Where are the conscripted woman ?
Men have to be provider, defender and then listen to bickering from women?

Prasad
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Nobody chooses the country they're born in, or the consequences of the choices of its leadership. If you can't convince a man to willingly fight for his home, his family and his country then you have bigger problems than the enemy at your doorstep. Maybe there isn't anything worth fighting for.

Dystopikachu
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Hm...how come? We have been listening about great, brave Ukrainian victory, about Russia's running out of missiles, about Russian rockets flying on microchips from stolen washing machines, and DW is trying to explain us that Ukraine needs new 500k young men.

scientifically
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This war has become unwinnable and unsustainable for Ukraine in term of military. Ukraine has lost its ability to decide what’s going on next. It is fighting a Nato-Russia war. Negotiating is the best way out.

khuongdzuynguyen
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But President Zelensky said that only 30 000 Ukranian soldiers died... Why do we need more soldiers???? Arent there 800k more Ukranian soldiers on hold???

triglavbog