In Yakutia, a headquarters was created for the return of erroneously called up
In Yakutia, a headquarters was created for the return of those who do not meet the mobilization criteria. The headquarters will operate until the end of the special operation in Ukraine. Its members will regulate the issues received and travel to military units to return mobilizations that do not meet the mobilization criteria 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
In Yakutia, deputies of the regional parliament Il Tumen and the people's committee of soldiers' mothers have created a single headquarters, where they will receive complaints about violations during partial mobilization.
“The members of the headquarters will regulate the issues received and travel to military units to return to republic called for a special operation in Ukraine, who do not meet the criteria of the presidential decree on partial mobilization, — the message says.
Deputy Elena Golomareva specified that the headquarters would operate until the end of the special operation in Ukraine.
The permanent mission of Yakutia in the Far Eastern Federal District reported that the first plane with 35 men who did not meet the criteria for partial mobilization flew to Yakutia. Work continues to refine the lists.
The day before, the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, admitted that mistakes occur during partial mobilization and summons are received by people who are not subject to conscription.
“For example, cases were identified when fathers with many children with four children under 16 were mobilized. It is unacceptable. Those erroneously called will be returned,— he said.
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The head of the region instructed to strengthen interaction on the ground of local governments with the military commissariats of the districts in order to minimize the erroneous distribution of subpoenas.
On September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization in the country. According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, it is planned to mobilize 300,000 Russians, or about 1% of the total mobilization reserve.
The Russian Ministry of Defense clarified that privates and sergeants under 35 years of age, junior officers under 50 are subject to partial mobilization years and older— up to 55 years old. The following military specialties are considered priority: shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers.
The following are not subject to conscription as part of mobilization:
- those who have a reservation from the enterprise;
- recognized as temporarily unfit for health reasons;
- employed in constant care for a family member or disabled people of group I;
- having four or more dependent children under the age of 16;
- those whose mothers, apart from them, have four or more children under the age of eight and are raising without a husband.
Chairman of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko called on the governors to ensure partial mobilization in accordance with the announced criteria call and not make mistakes.
The head of the Belgorod region, Vyacheslav Gladkov, announced on September 25 that the call of 75 people was canceled in the region as part of partial mobilization after complaints received that were related to the call of students and representatives important for the economy and the region professions.
In the Magadan region, Governor Sergei Nosov also instructed to deal with complaints from relatives of citizens who received subpoenas but are not subject to mobilization.
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