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Russia Toughens Penalty For Voluntary Surrender, Refusal To Fight

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree toughening penalties for voluntary surrender to enemy forces, desertion and refusal to fight. The move came on a day Moscow replaced its top logistics general after a series of setbacks to its seven-month war in Ukraine. General Dmitry Bulgakov has been relieved of the post of deputy minister of defence.
2 months ago·Moscow, Russian Federation

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