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Hotline launched in Russia for questions on partial mobilization

Call center operators in Moscow

Call center operators in Moscow (File photo)

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Answers to questions about partial mobilization will be available on the hotline 122 and the website Explained.rf. This was announced on Thursday, September 22, by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko.

“In accordance with the presidential decree and on behalf of the Prime Minister, from today we will activate the hotline 122 to inform citizens about partial mobilization,” he said. According to Chernyshenko, answers to newly received questions will be provided as they are worked out, informs RIA News.

The Deputy Prime Minister urged to focus on official sources, and not to trust rumors and unverified information.

Earlier it was reported that the Cabinet created a call center on the procedure for conducting partial mobilization in the country. In addition, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation answered the main questions. So, it became known that in the first place they would call on shooters, artillerymen, tankers and mechanic drivers. One of the main factors is the availability of combat experience.

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