Russian restriction pioneer Alexei Navalny has denounced the persuasive enrollment of one of his partners to serve at an army installation in the Arctic.
Ruslan Shaveddinov was seized at his home in Moscow on Monday and flown 2,000km (1,240 miles) to the remote Novaya Zemlya archipelago.
Mr Navalny blamed the experts for capturing the dissident who, he stated, was absolved from military assistance.
A military authority blamed the lobbyist for being a draft-dodger.
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Military assistance of a year is obligatory for every single Russian man matured 18 to 27, yet there are exclusions on restorative or different grounds.
Mr Shaveddinov was functioning as an undertaking supervisor at Mr Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK) when he was seized.