Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said Wednesday, Sep, 21, that Russia would mobilise 300,000 reservists, after President Vladimir Putin announced a partial military mobilisation over the conflict in Ukraine.

“Three hundred thousand reservists will be called up,” Shoigu said on state television, noting that this is only a fraction of Russia’s troops available to be called up.

Shoigu said  5,937 Russian soldiers have died in Ukraine since the February military intervention, in a rare admission of military losses from Moscow.

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“Our losses for today are 5,937 dead,” Shoigu said in televised remarks, adding that Russia is “fighting not so much Ukraine as the collective West” in Ukraine.

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