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Syrsky will conduct an audit of the Defense Forces to identify units that have not been to the front 02/23/2024 14:48:07. Total views 305. Views today — 0.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Oleksandr Syrsky, is conducting an audit of all Defense Forces, as there are units that have not been to the front line in the two years of war. This was announced by the head of the Servant of the People faction, Davyd Arakhamia, on air of the "Topic with Mosiychuk" program.

"Mr. Syrsky is currently conducting an audit of all Defense Forces. Why? Because for two consecutive years, there have been reports that there are brigades or units that have been at war for two years without rotation, and there are units that have never been to the front line at all. The army consists of 900 thousand, let's say, 300 thousand are actively involved with rotation, but where are the remaining 600 thousand?", - noted Arakhamia.

According to him, during the audit, 8 thousand people have already been identified who "were simply seconded to the General Staff and did not participate in the fighting".

Arakhamia believes that the number will be much higher as a result of the audit.

He added that these workers identified in the audit have already received corresponding orders, and they are currently being prepared to reinforce the forces on the front line.