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Putin has given this order to fight a long war against Ukraine

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Moscow: Russia is ready to fight a long battle with Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin (Владимир Путин) has ordered his country’s military to recruit 1.37 million soldiers into the armed forces amid Russia’s military operations in Ukraine. Putin has signed the relevant order which will be effective from January 1, 2023. However, it is not clear whether the army will recruit large numbers of soldiers to strengthen the armed forces, or to increase the number of volunteers, or a combination of both. By this order of Putin, the number of soldiers in the Russian army will increase to 20,39,758. According to a news agency report, the Kremlin has said that only voluntary contract soldiers are participating in “special military operations” in Ukraine. He rejected claims that he was considering sending more troops to Ukraine. US President Joe Biden announced a $3 billion military aid package for Ukraine and the United States

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