THIS MESSAGE (MATERIAL) IS CREATED AND (OR) DISTRIBUTED BY A FOREIGN MASS MEDIA PERFORMING THE FUNCTIONS OF A FOREIGN AGENT AND (OR) A RUSSIAN LEGAL ENTITY PERFORMING THE FUNCTIONS OF A FOREIGN AGENT.
The agenda during the partial mobilization must be handed over under the signature, reminded the lawyer Yevgeny Krylov.
According to E1, in Russia the former order of conscription, established by government decree N 852 of December 30, 2006, is in force.
“In order to notify citizens about the timing of the start of their duties for mobilization, the relevant military commissariat … issues summonses,” the document says.
The rules for serving subpoenas have also not changed – they must be handed over personally and signed. At the same time, it does not matter where the summons will be served, it can also be issued on the street – the main thing is that the person signs for receiving it. In case of refusal, an appropriate act is drawn up.
The government decree does not set deadlines for serving the agenda.
Earlier, the Moscow military commissariat announced that citizens subject to conscription and mobilization would be informed about this by sending a paper summons.
Meanwhile, the operational headquarters of the Krasnodar Territory denied reports that, as part of the partial mobilization, the military commissariat handed out subpoenas on the streets.
“The military commissariat does not distribute subpoenas on the streets. The work is carried out only targeted and only with those reservists who have the necessary military specialties, have experience in military service, ”the operational headquarters’ Telegram channel says.