Omsk & Cherepovets (Russia): two new recruitement offices hit with molotovs

After the offices in Nizhnevartovsk, Zubova Polyana, Voronezh, Sverdlovsk, Ivanovo and Lukhovitsy (Moscow), two new military recruitment offices have been burned with molotovs in Omsk and Cherepovets. These are the seventh and eighth of their kind to suffer the same fate in Russia since the invasion of Ukraine.

Omsk (Siberia), May 13, 2022

On the night of May 13, 2022 in Omsk, Siberia, unknown individuals threw several molotovs through the windows of the Central District military registration and enlistment office at 74 Pushkin Street. At least two windows were broken. One of the premises of the military registration and enlistment office caught fire and an area of 30 square meters burned. It is also reported that “some archive documents were damaged”.
Cherepovets (Vologda), May 8, 2022
On the night of May 8, 2022 in Cherepovets (Vologda), two unknown individuals set fire to and threw several Molotov bottles against the windows of the military registration and enrollment office. The office is located on the first floor of an administrative building at 118 Krasnodontsev Street. In the video that is circulating, one person throws the molotovs, while the second keeps watch. The fire damaged two window frames and blackened the facade of the building.
Let’s hope that the partisans remain free and that all military registration and enlistment offices are burned to the ground!
[From the Russian anarchist site a2day, May 9 & 14, 2022]