The military commissar of the EAO explained the mobilization of the aged and those who did not serve in the army
The call for mobilization in the Jewish Autonomous Region of men who did not serve in the army occurs in cases where a person voluntarily expresses a desire to join the army, the military commissar of the region explained. In this case, the military registration and enlistment office has no legal grounds to refuse : 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
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Acting Military Commissar of the Jewish Autonomous Region (JAO) Dmitry Kuchabsky explained how people who did not serve in the army fall under partial mobilization in the region.
experience, served. I draw your attention: first of all, who served and has combat experience. Citizens who have not served are in reserve and are subject to conscription for mobilization, — he explained in a video posted on the telegram channel of the regional government.
According to him, non-serving men in the autonomy join the army voluntarily. “Yesterday I was talking: there are those who did not serve, they said: “I want, I will go, I voluntarily go on mobilization. We have no right to refuse them or push them aside, — Kuchabsky explained.
According to him, the age categories of the reserve, indicated in the law, do not determine “who goes first.” «Everyone is equal»— noted the acting military commissar.
“But we are well aware that the citizen served five years ago and 20 years ago. The one who served five years ago is more prepared, more trained, and we are trying to work more with these citizens, especially with those who have combat experience, this is very important, — Kuchabsky continued.
Partial mobilization was announced in Russia on September 21, 2022. In the decree of President Vladimir Putin, there were no specific instructions on who and in what quantity should be mobilized. It stated that the mobilization is carried out in accordance with the law “On mobilization training and mobilization in the Russian Federation”. According to this law, citizens who are in the reserve and do not have the right to deferment are subject to conscription for military service for mobilization. The decree itself says that Russians working in organizations of the military-industrial complex and only for the duration of such work will receive the right to deferral.
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The Ministry of Defense clarified that privates and sergeants under 35 years old, junior officers under 50 years old and senior officers are subject to mobilization. up to 55 years old.
Will not be drafted:
- citizens with a reservation. These include employees of defense industry enterprises;
- recognized as temporarily unfit for health reasons;
- engaged in constant care for a family member or group I disabled;
- having dependent on four or more children under the age of 16;
- those whose mothers, in addition to them, have four or more children under the age of eight and raise without a husband.
However, after the start of mobilization, reports began to come in of numerous cases of errors and violations, when people who did not meet the declared criteria fell under the mobilization. On September 26, the Kremlin expressed hope that the errors would be corrected and “the rate of elimination would increase.”