The Ministry of Defense clarified the rules of partial mobilization

The Ministry of Defense clarified the rules of partial mobilization

According to the law, privates and sergeants are subject to mobilization – up to 35 years old, junior officers – up to 50 years old, senior officers – up to 55 years old. However, the Ministry of Defense reported that the categories of citizens that are necessary to complete the tasks will be called up. These include shooters, tankers, gunners, drivers, driver-mechanics. The Ministry of Defense also calls the presence of combat experience one of the main factors when calling up from the reserve.

The ministry also clarified which categories of citizens are not subject to mobilization. These are reserved citizens, which include employees of defense industry enterprises.

Also, recruits who have been declared temporarily unfit for health reasons, who are constantly caring for a family member or disabled people of group I, and who have 4 or more dependent children under the age of 16 are not subject to mobilization. In addition, those whose mothers, in addition to them, have from 4 children under the age of 8 and raise them without a husband, are not subject to conscription.

Separately, the Ministry of Defense noted that a military pensioner is not subject to mobilization, regardless of belonging to law enforcement agencies, who are retired (over 65 years old or for health reasons) and removed from military registration. Conscripts who permanently live outside Russia and are not registered with the military are also not subject to conscription, but those who left for a short time and are registered with the military at their place of residence in Russia can be called up.

In conclusion, the Ministry of Defense reports that during the first day of partial mobilization, about 10,000 people arrived at the military registration and enlistment offices voluntarily, without waiting for a summons.

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