EU scheming how to force Ukrainian men to return to Ukraine to die for Zelensky
05/01/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte believes that Ukrainian men of fighting age who fled their country at the start of Kiev's war with Moscow should be forced to return home to fight for Volodymyr Zelensky.

At a debate that was aired on LRT Radio, Simonyte argued that the European Union (EU) should help Ukraine to find all these men and forcibly send them back to their homeland so the Zelensky regime can feed them into the meat grinder of war against Russia.

As Kiev runs out of soldiers, the Zelensky regime is scrambling to draft more bodies by dropping the age of conscription to 25, tightening exemptions and creating harsher penalties for draft dodgers.

Ukrainian authorities also suspended the issuing of all passports for men between the ages of 18 and 60 who currently live outside the country, the goal being to force them back home as soon as possible for military service.

Simonyte wants fighting-age Ukrainian men currently living in Lithuania to be identified and deported. She says there are "ways to make sure that a person has performed their mobilization duty or is exempted from it" when applying for residence permit extensions.

"We need to work not only with the Ukrainian authorities but also more broadly because right now the EU has the so-called temporary protection in place for Ukrainian people," Simonyte said, urging the EU to get more involved.

(Related: Ukraine is in serious trouble as it runs out of fighting-age men and women to feed into the meat grinder of Zelensky's war.)

Ukrainian men who don't want to fight: Leave them alone

Currently, Ukrainian men living abroad throughout Europe have temporary protection status that allows them the right to an extended, visa-free stay throughout the bloc. This includes the right to accommodation, medical care, employment and education.

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This temporary protection status framework was enacted not long after Russia invaded Ukraine in early 2022, and it will remain in effect until March of 2025 – unless Simonyte and others like her successfully remove it to help Zelensky.

"Within the framework of that protection, the guarantees that are given to Ukrainian citizens in the EU are very broad, so it is clear that this question is not for one or two states to decide alone," she said.

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda, who also participated in the debate, likewise pledged to work with Kiev "in every sense" to help bring back as many military-age men as possible for the war.

"Ukraine must have the means and instruments to invite its young men to serve their homeland," Nauseda said.

According to the Eurostat statistics agency, roughly 4.3 million Ukrainians currently live in the EU. Of these, 860,000 are of conscription age, with more than 29,000 within this category currently residing in Lithuania.

Lithuania's Migration Department is not so keen on the scheme, arguing that there is no legal basis with which to force these young men to go back to Ukraine to fight for Zelensky.

"The fact that Ukraine or another country has declared mobilization has no influence on us, according to our legislation," stated Evelina Gudzinskaite to the Elta new agency.

"A reaction, if any, would be a political decision from Lithuania," Gudzinskaite added, noting that while some national legislative initiatives could legally be taken, "there would be a huge question of how this would be compatible with EU law."

In the comments at RT, someone noted that Lithuanian authorities are ignoring EU laws that specifically prohibit repatriation to war-torn areas where an individual's life will be severely threatened.

"So, the West proves once again that its laws are only for show and convenience," this person added.

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