military servicemen of the Kursk region were forbidden to leave the region

Mobilization in the Kursk region
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The Kommersant publication reported that at a briefing dedicated to partial mobilization, the military commissar of the Kursk region Vladimir Rodionov forbade registered and reserve residents to leave the region without the permission of the military commissariat.

The ban went into effect at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, September 21. The military commissar also indicated that local residents outside the Kursk region need to return to the region within three days, or register at their place of residence, writes Kommersant on Wednesday, September 21st.

At the same briefing, the head of the regional security committee, Mikhail Gorbunov, clarified that the mobilization will affect those who have already served in the army, who have a military specialty and combat experience. The most in demand are tankers, motorized riflemen and artillerymen.

1,000 people have already left from the Kursk region to participate in the special operation in Ukraine. 800 of them under contract, 200 signed up as volunteers.

On September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on partial mobilization. 300,000 reservists will be called up to participate in the special operation in Ukraine. At the same time, there are no decisions that the status of a special military operation can be changed and introduced martial lawwas not accepted.

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