Choreographer Ilya Averbukh in a conversation with a correspondent, he supported the skaters Dmitry Aliyev and Makara Ignatova who received a summons to the military registration and enlistment office.
According to , the subpoenas were issued on Tuesday to Aliyev, 23, and Ignatov, 22. Also, as it became known from , the Russian Figure Skating Federation requested a postponement through the Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation for athletes.
I don’t even know how to comment on this topic. I really hope the guys pull through. I think our athletes, those guys who represent the honor of Russia, would be more useful on the ice. But what to do. I express my support for the skaters. Although support isn’t quite the right word here. However, many people find themselves in this situation. I think they will come to the military registration and enlistment office and sort it out on the spot,” Averbukh said.
Aliyev and Ignatov are in Yevgeny Rukavitsyn’s group.
On September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a partial mobilization in the country.
Source : MatchTV
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