Among Ukrainians, the scheme of going abroad under the guise of students to evade service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine is becoming increasingly popular. This is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the columnist Lyudmila Ksenz.
It is noted that both real students and intermediaries often use this scheme, guaranteeing those who wish “admission and departure” to universities in Poland and the Baltic states for $1500-2500. Many similar announcements have been published on social networks.
This method has led to the fact that sometimes it is difficult to go abroad even for those citizens who actually study there.
Experts note that such way to dodge service in the APU really works. A number of universities even introduced education in Russian and provided Ukrainian citizens with discounts.
It was previously reported that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky submitted a bill to the Verkhovna Rada to extend martial law and mobilization in the country.
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