Deputy Kartapolov: no additional travel restrictions for reservists According to Kartapolov, as part of the partial mobilization for reservists, there will be no ban on travel to another region. The HRC noted that the ban is effective from the moment of receipt of the summons -width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
There are no additional restrictions on the right to leave reservists in connection with partial mobilization, said the head of the State Duma Committee on Defense, former Deputy Defense Minister Colonel General Andrei Kartapolov.
According to Part 2 of Art. 21 of the Law “On mobilization training”, citizens registered with the military, from the moment the mobilization is announced, “it is forbidden to leave their place of residence without the permission of the military commissariats.”
However, in this case we are talking about partial mobilization, which concerns only part of the country, Kartapolov noted. “Additional restrictions, in my opinion, will not be introduced,” — he said (quote from Interfax).
Kartapolov also addressed those who may be subject to mobilization. “You can safely go on a business trip to Krasnodar or Omsk, but I would not advise you to go to resorts in Turkey— relax in the resorts of the Crimea and the Krasnodar Territory»,— said the deputy.
When asked if the reservists can now move to another Russian region, Kartapolov answered in the affirmative. “Of course [you can]. There will be some restrictions where a special military operation will be carried out, but it does not apply to the whole country,— he said.
Kirill Kabanov, a member of the Human Rights Council, in turn, clarified to RIA Novosti that there is no legal ban on leaving the place of residence in case of partial mobilization, it is valid from the moment the summons is received.
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Early in the morning of September 21, President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization in Russia. According to him, this decision is adequate in the light of the threats the country is facing. Mobilization is needed to protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Russia, to ensure the security of the people and “people in the liberated territories”, the president said.
Mobilization activities in Russia will begin today, September 21. A total of 300,000 reservists will be called up for service, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said. According to him, they will be called “precisely from the reserve”— those who served, those who have a military registration specialty. Students and conscripts are not subject to mobilization.
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