Pranksters called the son of one of Putin’s closest allies and told him he is being enlisted in the army — but he refused

Dmitry Peskov

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Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov.Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images

  • Putin announced plans for a partial mobilization that immediately drafts 300,000 reservists.

  • Pranksters called up the son of a top Kremlin official and said he had been enlisted in the army.

  • Dmitry Peskov’s son said he did not intend to go and will resolve the issue “on a different level.”

Pranksters called the son of a senior Kremlin official and told him that he was being enlisted in the army and must…