Why does Russia not declare war on Ukraine in order to incorporate their conscripts into the war?

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Jul 14, 2022 05:11 PM 0 Answers
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Russia has been saying that there is no war in Ukraine, just a "Special military operation". Their laws prohibit them from sending conscripts to military operations outside Russia. The war did not go the way they thought it would, and now they have a massive shortage of military personnel. They obviously need to deploy their conscripts, but they refuse to call it a war. Why do they not just declare war and send their conscripts to the war zone?

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