Thousands of people join the army in Russia seeking vengeance for Moscow terrorist attack

Surge in Russian Military Recruits: Professional Soldiers Sign Contracts to Seek Justice and Revenge Following Tragedy in Moscow

Russia has experienced a surge in the number of individuals joining the army as professional soldiers, with over 100,000 people signing military service contracts this year. This follows a tragic event in Moscow on March 22 that saw the loss of many lives. Many of these recruits expressed their desire to avenge the victims and seek justice for their deaths.

The Russian Ministry of Defense stated that the motivation for these candidates was driven by a desire for revenge and justice. Under current laws, conscripts cannot be mobilized for combat missions outside the country, so the army relies on professional soldiers serving long-term contracts. These soldiers receive extensive training and are equipped with modern weapons and technology.

To further enhance its military capabilities, Russia announced plans to establish two additional combined military groups and 30 new units this year. The army has also expanded its existing divisions and brigades, with Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu unveiling these plans to strengthen the country’s defense forces.

The tragic incident at Crocus City Hall theater in Moscow has heightened tensions between Russia and Western powers, particularly regarding accusations of Western intelligence support for attackers. However, specific evidence linking these claims has not been made public. IS-K, an affiliate of ISIS in Afghanistan, has claimed responsibility for the attack while Ukraine denies involvement.

In response to these security threats, Russia is actively recruiting more citizens to join the armed forces as professional soldiers. Posters promoting military service are widespread across Russian cities as the country seeks to strengthen its defense capabilities to address evolving security challenges.

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