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In a noteworthy development, a prominent Russian legislator has made a heartfelt plea to President Vladimir Putin, urging him to halt military operations, recall Russian troops from Ukraine, and put an end to the ongoing conflict, Your Content has learned.
Adding to the growing dissent, a Russian court has recently discharged over 100 national guardsmen for their refusal to participate in the military invasion of Ukraine.
This marks the first instance of soldiers openly declining to engage in combat since the war commenced on February 24.
Expressing his concerns, 69-year-old Russian deputy, Leonid Vasyukevich, emphasized the need for Moscow’s armed forces to return home, aligning with the increasing calls for immediate withdrawal.
As a consequence of these developments, Putin, previously revered by his supporters, now faces accusations of betrayal, with some even contemplating legal repercussions for his actions, according to The Daily Mail.