Crimea occupying authorities prosecute 59 people for refusing to serve in Russian army
Authorities in Russian-annexed Crimea have prosecuted 59 people for refusing to serve in the Russian army since 2015.
From April 1, 2015 to July 1, 2018, the occupying authorities of Crimea have prosecuted 35 people for refusing to serve in the army. As of now, their number has increased to 59 people, as stated in the so-called "prosecutor's office," according to the TV news service TSN.
Russia has called up over 12,200 Crimeans for military service.