Rusyns stand behind the "antimobilization" rebellion in Transcarpathia. Of course, the "political" Rusyns inspired from Moscow
The Kremlin "Prime Minister" said that blocking of the road in Rakoshyno was organized by Putin's "Rusyns".
This information was published by the Russian publication "Segodnia.ru"
The so-called "prime minister of the Republic of Subcarpathian Rus" Petro Hetsko, who is now hiding from the Ukrainian justice in Moscow, spilt the beans about the organizers of the illegal blocking of Kyiv-Chop highway in the village of Rakoshyno in Mukachevo district.
According to the publication, blocking of the road was organized by "representatives of the Rusyn movement."
However, the Russian news agency lied about the demands, allegedly put forward by the picketers: "Activists oppose fratricidal actions of representatives of the Kyiv junta in the Donbas, depopulation and forced mobilization. Protesters demand the independence of the region, rights of Rusyn and Hungarian population in the region," - Zakarpattya online writes.
As previously reported, witnesses of the events say that in all cases, people tell some versions about buses and forcible seizure of those subject to mobilization. However, no one can confirm such facts.
There are facts of bribery in military commissariats: in villages, the amount for avoiding mobilization ranges from several hundred hryvnias to several hundred dollars, while in Uzhgorod, the amount reaches 1,500 dollars in the case when it came to a customs official.
The biggest "riots", under "strange" coincidence, occur in places, where structures of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate are traditionally strong. Persons close to the church structures are directly involved in inciting people to take illegal actions.
Representatives of the controlled from Russia political "rusynism" and the former ruling party take active part in these processes.
The police and Security Service of Ukraine do nothing: instigators are not identified, and people are not informed of criminal consequences that blocking of roads entails in accordance with applicable law. The reasons and procedures for partial mobilization are not explained.
Apparently, it is a coordinated attempt to start the process of destabilization in the Transcarpathian region, based on artificially created dissatisfaction with the current government and its actions.