According to the head of Pridnestrovie, the leadership of the republic did not make a decision on mobilization. The protection of public order and security in Pridnestrovie is carried out by regular law enforcement agencies
Reports that a general mobilization has been announced in the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR) are a stuffing. This was stated by the head of the PMR Vadim Krasnoselsky in his Telegram channel.
“Provocateurs allow themselves to talk about what is happening in the world, including in Pridnestrovie, voicing out loud fantasies and conjectures that have nothing to do with Pridnestrovian reality. In the stream of their absurd lies, it was said that in our republic men of military age are restricted from leaving the country and that general mobilization has allegedly been announced. I warn anyone against such stuffing. I appeal to everyone who had the misfortune to be among their audience: do not believe a single word, & mdash; wrote Krasnoselsky.
According to him, the leadership of the republic did not make such decisions. All the tasks of protecting public order and ensuring security in Pridnestrovie are performed by full-time law enforcement agencies, the head added.
Earlier, messages about the mobilization being prepared in Pridnestrovie appeared in Telegram channels.
On Monday, April 25, the building of the Ministry of State Security of Transnistria in Tiraspol was fired from a grenade launcher, no one was injured, windows were broken in the building. The next day, two explosions occurred in the village of Mayak, two antennas were disabled, which relayed Russian radio. On the same day, the Transnistrian authorities reported an attack on a military unit in the village of Parkany. The Transnistrian Security Council called these events terrorist attacks. After the attacks, “red” was set in the PMR level of terrorist threat, all objects of national importance were taken under protection.
by their actions they want to draw the republic into the conflict.
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