Darwin Museum and Viktyuk Theater to become mobilization points
The authorities explained the creation of temporary mobilization points by the desire to ensure the comfort of both residents, especially the inhabitants of houses near the military registration and enlistment offices, and the mobilized themselves 48/756639544723489.jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
Temporary mobilization points will open in Moscow, which should provide comfortable conditions both for the mobilized themselves and for residents of houses located near the military registration and enlistment offices, reports the Moscow City News Agency.
Such points will be opened at the Museum of Moscow, the State Darwin Museum, the Viktyuk Theater and the Museum of Heroes of Russia and the Soviet Union.
“The creation of temporary mobilization points will not only make it possible to comfortably organize the reception of visitors, but also ensure that there are no additional inconveniences for Muscovites living near military registration and enlistment offices. The choice of places for the temporary placement of reserve mobilization points was due to the presence of all the necessary conditions for a comfortable stay of visitors, their transport accessibility and taking into account the proximity to already working military enlistment offices, — clarifies the agency.
The authorities also organize transport links between the military registration and enlistment offices and related temporary mobilization points.
RBC sent a request to the Department of Information and Mass Communications of the Ministry of Defense. “Unfortunately, we can’t comment on this information in any way yet,” — reported in the press service of the Museum of Moscow.
General Director of the Museum of Moscow Anna Trapkova also declined to comment, saying she was on a business trip.
RBC sent a request to the press service of the Darwin Museum, the Museum of Heroes of the Soviet Union and Russia, and the press service of the Roman Viktyuk Theatre.
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Earlier, an announcement was published on the website of the Viktyuk Theater stating that “for technical reasons, all performances from September 24 to October 9 are canceled.” The reason was not named, below the theater explained the conditions for a refund for already sold tickets.
An announcement was published on the website of the Museum of Moscow about the cancellation of the Veter Fall Fest scheduled for September 24 & ndash; 25. The reason for the cancellation was not mentioned in the announcement. “Unfortunately, we can’t comment on this information in any way yet,” — responded to a request from RBC in the press service of the Museum of Moscow.
RBC sent inquiries to the press service of the Darwin Museum, the Museum of Heroes of the Soviet Union and Russia, and the press service of the Roman Viktyuk Theatre. At the time of writing this material, no responses have been received.
Partial mobilization was announced in Russia on 21 September. The next day, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin established payments to military personnel called up for mobilization. According to his decree, the monthly payment will be 50 thousand rubles.
In the event of a serious injury (concussion, trauma, injury), military personnel are entitled to a one-time payment in the amount of 1 million rubles, in case of a minor injury (concussion, injury, injury)— 500 thousand rubles
Lump sum payment in case of death of military personnel or “their death before the expiration of one year from the date of dismissal from military service due to injury <…> or illness received in the performance of military service duties” will amount to 3 million rubles. family members of the deceased (deceased).
On September 22, the Moscow Military Commissariat issued an order on mobilization. “All officers, warrant officers, midshipmen, sergeants, foremen, soldiers and sailors of the reserve, permanently residing in the city of Moscow, who have received personal summons from the military commissariat, appear on the dates and points specified in their personal summons,” — it says.
Mobilized Muscovites need to have documents and personal belongings with them.
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