Zelensky Alleges Russia Planning to Mobilize 300,000 More Troops in June, Moscow Refutes Claim

Russian Troop Mobilization: Ukrainian President vs. Kremlin Spokesman

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced on Wednesday that Russia is preparing to mobilize an additional 300,000 soldiers in June. However, the Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov, cited by the TASS agency, stated that “that is not true.”

During a press conference in Kyiv with Finnish president Alexander Stubb, Zelensky made the announcement about the Russian troop mobilization. When asked about the needs of the Ukrainian army, he refused to provide specific figures. He did mention that throughout the year, Ukraine doesn’t need half a million troops. Last December, Zelensky had said that army commanders had requested the mobilization of 500,000 additional men.

At the press conference, Stubb declined to speculate on a scenario where Finland would send troops to Ukraine. Instead, he emphasized that Finland supports Ukraine in every possible way and signed an agreement to provide security guarantees to Ukraine for the next ten years. In the current context, the priority is to provide Kyiv with weapons, ammunition, training and support its path to entering European Union (EU) and NATO.

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