Muscovites who fell under partial mobilization told how they received summons to the military registration and enlistment office. They shared the details in a conversation with Lenta.ru.
One of the men, who wished to remain anonymous, said that the summons was brought to his home.
“They called me at the door on the afternoon of September 21 and handed the summons right into my hands,” he said.
The man noted that he did not participate in hostilities, but he did military service in Moscow region. He also said that he needed to appear at the military registration and enlistment office in mid-October.
“Nothing was said about what you need to take with you,” a man who fell under partial mobilization shared.
Another Muscovite who fell under partial mobilization said that the summons was brought to him at work.
“We came to the office in the morning. Handed over to hands. To say that I did not expect is to say nothing. I served, but I didn’t participate in anything, ”he said.
From September 21 to Russia announced partial mobilization, the corresponding decree was signed by the president Vladimir Putin. According to the Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu, 300 thousand reservists will be called up for service, who will undergo combat training before being sent to the special operation zone. At the same time, the mobilization will not be one-time. “The work will be carried out as planned,” he said. Shoiguemphasizing that it will not affect students and conscripts.