Crimeans refuse to be mobilized into the Russian army.
At present, measures of covert mobilization to the ranks of the Russian occupying forces are ongoing on the temporarily occupied peninsula. However, Russians are publicly trying to make service in the Russian army more popular. Therefore, they promise the military to receive a plot of land in Crimea if they go to fight against Ukraine.
If you were forcibly mobilized into the military formations of the occupiers, you can safely surrender to the Ukrainian military.
You have a chance to survive and return to a normal life. To do this, you need to contact the contact numbers of the “I want to live” hotline: +38 066 580 34 98 and +38 093 119 29 84.
Also, we call on internally displaced persons and residents of frontline zones who have relatives in the IDPs to share this information. It is not too late to surrender to the Armed Forces and not commit war crimes.
Instructions on how to surrender to a prisoner can be downloaded here.