• 15/04/2024 18:52

The mobilization bill should create conditions for the demobilization of those who have been defending Ukraine since 2022, – Kalmykova

To do this, it is necessary, in particular, to prepare replacements for these military personnel.

The mobilization bill should create conditions for the demobilization of those who have been defending Ukraine since 2022, - Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Natalya Kalmykova < p>The main idea of ​​the mobilization bill is to create conditions under which those who have been defending Ukraine since February 2022 could quit and rest.</p>
<p>Deputy Minister of Defense Natalya spoke about this on the air of the “Only News” telethon Kalmykova.</p>
<p>She emphasized that for this it is necessary, in particular, to prepare replacements for these military personnel.</p>
<p>Kalmykova also spoke about the progress of the recruitment project in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. As of January 15, more than 46 thousand reviews for vacancies have been received. clarified the Deputy Minister.</p>
<p>To date, 3,200 vacancies have been posted in the defense forces, and it should be understood that one vacancy is not necessarily a single position, but may include two or three people per position.</p >
<p><p>Natalia Kalmykova assured that there are now many people in Ukraine who are looking for an opportunity to join the defense of the country.</p>
<h3>What is happening with the mobilization bill:</h3>
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<p>Uv' Previously released prisoners and convicts cannot mobilize, even if they contact the military registration and enlistment offices with a corresponding request. Deputy Minister of Justice Elena Vysotskaya said that such people should be allowed to defend the country.</p>
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<p>Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights Dmitry Lubinets believes that the bill on mobilization has several clauses that violate the norms of the Ukrainian Constitution.</p>
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<p>In December, the Cabinet of Ministers introduced a bill on mobilization to parliament. The bill provides, in particular, for the introduction of the possibility of sending summonses to the TCC SP through the electronic account of a conscript, a member liable for military service and a reservist, or by e-mail.</p>
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<p>The relevant parliamentary committee has begun consideration of a new bill on mobilization on January 4th. Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny, Chief of the General Staff Sergei Shaptala and Minister of Defense Rustem Umerov then came to report.</p>
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<p>The Anti-Corruption Committee identified a number of norms in the document that could lead to corruption risks.< /p> </li>
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<p>The Ministry of Defense has already prepared a new version of the draft law on mobilization, taking into account all the proposals agreed upon with deputies at meetings of the Committee on National Security, Defense and Intelligence.</p>
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<p>The Cabinet of Ministers may introduce a new version of the mobilization bill in a few weeks.</p>
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