Putin Takes Drastic Action, Sends National Guard to Suppress Uprising

Russian President Vladimir Putin has deployed approximately 35,000 national guards to quell opposition in territories under Moscow’s control, as confirmed by Kyiv’s Nation Resistance Center (CNR).

The Kremlin presently holds sway over significant regions in southern and eastern Ukraine, establishing illegitimate Russian districts through dubious fall elections in 2022. 

Following Russia’s extensive invasion in February 2022, Kyiv established the CNR. Working under Kyiv’s Special Operation Forces, the CNR assists in coordinating and training Ukrainian partisans within Russian-occupied territories.

According to CNR reports, Russia’s National Guard, also recognized as the Rosguard, serves as a pivotal component within Putin’s forces in occupied Ukraine. 

Their role involves suppressing civil resistance by conducting civilian surveillance and identifying underground movement members, according to Ukrainian sources.

Kyiv’s military indicates that it has organized half of Putin’s guardsmen into various formations, including a brigade, five battalion tactical groups, and 44 tactical groups, according to January statistics revealing the deployment of at least 35,000 Rosguard members to occupied territories. 

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Putin’s Guardsmen Transferred from Russian Special Units

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has deployed approximately 35,000 national guards to quell opposition in territories under Moscow’s control, as confirmed by Kyiv’s Nation Resistance Center (CNR).

Putin’s forces include guardsmen shifted from Russia’s Special Purpose Police Detachment and the Special Rapid Response Unit, as per CNR’s recent disclosure.

Russian deployments arrive equipped with tanks, artillery, and helicopters, aiming to suppress dissent against the occupation and share Kyiv’s resistance center. 

Allegedly, Putin’s guardsmen played a role in securing polling stations during Russia’s questionable elections in occupied Ukraine from 2022 to 2023.

CNR’s report detailed Rosguard employees’ involvement in propaganda within educational institutions, alongside consistent armored patrols in populated areas, highlighting their role in projecting force.

Meanwhile, Ukrainian partisans residing in Russian-occupied territories continue to mount attacks on Moscow’s personnel in the regions, disrupting supply lines and targeting Russian soldiers, as reported by CNR. 

Additionally, a Ukrainian partisan movement in Crimea executed an assault on Russia’s radar system and control center, which Kyiv claimed was pivotal in coordinating the peninsula’s air defense and communication with the Kremlin.

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