The data circulating on the Web about the mobilization and the ban on the departure of conscripts do not correspond to reality, said Oleg Kryuchkov, adviser to the head of the region. He believes that Kyiv is spreading false information
In Crimea, they do not plan to introduce full mobilization and prohibit the exit of conscripts, reports of this are lies spread by the Ukrainian side in order to divert attention from the discussion of the travel ban for women liable for military service in Ukraine, RBC said Advisor to the Head of the Republic Oleg Kryuchkov.
Earlier, publications with a copy of the document circulated on the Web, which said that in Crimea, in connection with the introduction of a high level of terrorist threat and “to ensure the call of citizens for mobilization” From September 19, when leaving the region, those liable for military service will have to provide permission from the military registration and enlistment office. The document is dated September 9 and “signed” head of the military commissariat of the republic Alexander Grishin.
“We have more than twenty different pieces of such papers a day: these are decrees of [Crimean Governor Sergei] Aksenov and various Crimean departments. There are a lot of errors in fact sheets. Often, instead of the letter “and” Russian uses the letter “I” Ukrainian»,— Kryuchkov said.
According to him, there are no plans to impose restrictions or announce mobilization in Crimea, such decisions should be made at the federal level, and not at the regional level. “Crimea lives as usual, taking into account the fact that we have a yellow level in the border areas. But this does not affect peaceful life in any way, no mobilization, nothing, — Governor's adviser emphasized.
In December last year, an order of the Ministry of Defense came into force in Ukraine, according to which Ukrainian women representing 35 professions (for example, chief accountant, manager, lawyer, etc.) are required to register with the military. This rule does not apply to pregnant women and those with young children. Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny noted that military registration does not mean conscription or mobilization.
Later, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky demanded a reduction in the list of professions whose representatives are subject to military registration. Now the list includes 14 specialties and seven related professions (medicine, marketing, engineering, food technology, journalism, etc.).
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In early September of this year, Ukrainian Defense Ministry lawyer Volodymyr Smilka said that women in a number of professions should be registered with the military from October 1, and Ukrainian women liable for military service, like men, will not be able to leave the country during martial law. According to him, Ukrainian women will not be fined for evasion until the end of the year, Suspilne.media reported.
On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a military operation in Ukraine, the goals of which he called the “denationalization” of Ukraine. and “demilitarization” neighboring country, as well as protecting the inhabitants of Donbass from “genocide”. Kyiv severed diplomatic relations with Moscow, President Zelensky introduced martial law in Ukraine. Later, he several times submitted bills to the Rada to extend this regime. At the same time, in early July, Zelensky demanded that the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine lift restrictions on the departure of those liable for military service without the consent of the military registration and enlistment office, which was later done.
Reports of imminent mobilization in Russia repeatedly appeared on the Web after the start of the military operation in Ukraine. The Russian authorities denied these data.
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