The General Staff assured that conscripts will not be sent to Donbass
The upcoming conscription will take place as planned and on time, it does not depend on partial mobilization, said General Staff spokesman Vladimir Tsimlyansky. He assured that the conscripts would serve in Russia
The conscription for military service will take place on time, it has nothing to do with the conduct of the special operation, said Rear Admiral Vladimir Tsimlyansky, a representative of the Main Organizational and Mobilization Directorate of the General Staff.
operations. As before, it will be carried out within the time limits established by the legislation of the Russian Federation and in a planned manner, — Tsimlyansky said, adding that conscripts would serve in Russia.
Tsimlyansky stressed that all conscripts whose term of service has expired will go home. According to him, this year 120,000 Russians will be called up for military service, which is less than last fall.
Autumn conscription in Russia will take place from October 1 to December 31. Last year, 127.5 thousand recruits were called up for military service, and a year earlier— 134k
On the morning of September 21, President Vladimir Putin announced the beginning of a partial mobilization in Russia. 300 thousand reservists with combat experience or a military registration specialty will be called up for service, they will be trained or retrained. According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, this is 1% of the total mobilization resource, which is more than 25 million people. He explained that the length of the front exceeds 1 thousand km, the rear needs to be “fixed and controlled”.
As the Ministry of Defense explained on September 22, privates and sergeants are subject to mobilization call— up to 35 years old, junior officers— up to 50 years old, senior & mdash; up to 55 years old. First of all, shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers will be called. Those who are registered with the military and who are abroad “on a short trip” can also be mobilized. The mobilization will not affect those recognized as temporarily unfit for service, caring for relatives or disabled people of group I, having four or more children.
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