• 18/06/2024 03:57

How will the confiscation of vehicles for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine take place: explanation of the Ministry of Defense

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Speaker of the Ministry of Defense Dmitry Lazutkin explained which vehicles could be taken away for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

This information was reported by the Ministry of Defense, reports URA-Inform.  

He noted that it is possible to seize a vehicle for mobilization only if there is a decision of the local state administration, which is formalized by the relevant order.

Lazutkin explained that these can be not only cars, but also tractors, self-propelled agricultural, road-building machines and the like.

“Military transport duty is established in order to meet the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and other military formations for a special period by means of transport, including water and machinery. It can also be tractors, self-propelled agricultural, road-building machines, agricultural machinery», — he stated.

Lazutkin noted that the involvement of vehicles during mobilization is carried out by the territorial recruitment center, the central department or regional bodies of the Security Service, the relevant units of the intelligence agencies of Ukraine on the basis of the above-mentioned decisions of local state administrations.

At the same time, according to him According to him, the reception, transfer, attraction during mobilization and return of vehicles after the announcement of demobilization are carried out on the basis of acceptance certificates. These documents contain information about the owners, technical condition, residual value and other necessary information.

“Vehicles are returned to the owner within 30 calendar days from the date of demobilization”, — Lazutkin clarified.

We remind you that it was previously reported that from May 18 in Ukraine mobilization will become massive: less reservations and more people for the front.

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