The Russian General Staff clarified questions about partial mobilization

The Russian government has created a call center for prompt clarification of issues related to partial mobilization, said Rear Admiral Vladimir Tsimlyansky, representative of the Main Organizational and Mobilization Directorate of the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces.

“Both representatives of organizations and citizens can contact the call center to obtain the necessary information,” Tsimlyansky said during a speech on topical issues of partial mobilization.

The representative of the Russian General Staff stressed that within the framework of “partial mobilization” in the first place will be called up: “gunners, tankers, artillerymen, drivers, driver-mechanics.”

Tsimlyansky stressed that one of the main factors for this call-up from the reserve as part of “partial mobilization” is the presence of combat experience and age. Preference will be given to military personnel under 35 years of age. But at the same time, in accordance with Russian legislation, the following are subject to mobilization: privates and sergeants – up to 35 years old, junior officers – up to 50 years old, senior officers – up to 55 years old.

The rear admiral explained that they would not be called up:

– booked citizens, these include employees of defense industry enterprises.

– temporarily unfit for health reasons.

– engaged in constant care for a family member or disabled people of group I.

– having 4 or more dependent children under the age of 16 years.

– Citizens whose mothers, in addition to them, have 4 or more children under the age of 8 and raise them without a husband.

– Military pensioners over 65 years of age or removed from the military register for health reasons.

The department reported that during the first day of partial mobilization, about 10,000 people arrived at the military registration and enlistment offices on their own, without waiting for the agenda.

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