Some 28,000 Ukrainian volunteers have requested to be part of the new assault brigades that Kiev is preparing with a view to a new counteroffensive against the Russian troops occupying its territory, as announced by the Ukrainian Interior Minister, Ihor Klymenko.
"We have already accepted 28,000 applications for volunteers," explains Klymenko in a statement collected today by local media in which he assures that not all those registered will make the cut to integrate these brigades that will act under the command of the Ministry of the Interior.
It also adds that "the units are practically formed" and that the recruitment of volunteers continues so that these units have reserve personnel.
Those who have expressed their willingness to join the Attack Guard, as the body in which these brigades will be included are known, are, above all, police officers and other professionals from the Ministry of the Interior, who have volunteered to serve in combat missions. .
kyiv has publicized its recruitment campaign both among the structures of the Ministry of Interior and in the media and the bus shelters and stops of Ukrainian cities.
The volunteers have already started preparing and will complete two to four months of training before being deployed to the front, where their presence will serve to reinforce and rest the military fighting there since the full-scale invasion of Ukraine began. by Russia.
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