"They (Western countries. – RT) are remaking Ukraine for a private military campaign. Economically, legally, militarily. Gradually, education that is not related to armaments, to the conduct of military activities, will gradually die out, all kinds of economies that are not focused on servicing foreign injections and arms supplies will gradually fall away," TASS quoted him as saying.

According to Miroshnik, everything in the country will be sharpened to function as a private military company.

He also added that the bill on new rules for mobilization in Ukraine will increase the number of Ukrainians put up for disposal.

"These are people who will be put on a waiting list for disposal in order to be sent to the front," he said.

Earlier, Alla Martynyuk, a freelance assistant to the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valeriy Zaluzhnyi, motivated Ukrainians to go to the front with the phrase "We will all die anyway."