Peskov answered the question about the timing of partial mobilization
The presidential decree does not mention the timing of partial mobilization, the Kremlin spokesman said. The document states that the number of mobilized and the terms of conscription are determined by the Ministry of Defense max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
The presidential decree does not mention the timing of partial mobilization. So the press secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov, answered a question from journalists about how long it will last, RBC correspondent reports.
The decree on mobilization signed by Vladimir Putin says that the governors were instructed to ensure that the mobilized “in quantity and in terms, which are determined by the Ministry of Defense.
The President announced a partial mobilization on 21 September. According to him, this is necessary to protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity and ensure the security of the Russian population and people in the “liberated territories”. Putin called his decision “fully adequate to the threats” faced by the country.
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that it is planned to call up 300,000 reservists as part of the mobilization, which is a little more than 1% of the mobilization resource. First of all, they will call on citizens who have served in the army and who have the specialty and combat experience that the Armed Forces now need. All reservists will undergo additional military training.
Students and conscripts will not be sent to the combat zone, Shoigu assured. The head of the State Duma Defense Committee, former Deputy Minister of Defense, Colonel-General Andrey Kartapolov, specified that graduates of military departments of universities can be called up for mobilization if their military specialties are in demand.
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