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Decree on partial mobilization in Russia has not been canceled - Kremlin

Russia (bbabo.net), - The decree of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin on partial mobilization in Russia has not been canceled, since it is aimed not only at conscripting military personnel, but also at a number of other events. This was announced today, January 23, by the press secretary of the head of state Dmitry Peskov.

“The conscription within the framework of partial mobilization was carried out until the established number was reached, it was reached, in connection with which the conscription of citizens within the framework of partial mobilization was stopped, completed,” Peskov stressed. - However, in addition to conscription of citizens for military service, partial mobilization also includes other measures necessary to ensure the tasks of the armed forces - this is connected with the performance of duties by military personnel, as well as with the closed clause of the decree on mobilization, and so on. In this part, it continues to work.

As bbabo.net reported, on January 20, answering a similar question, Peskov could not say for sure what the phrase in the response of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation to a request from a Pskov deputy "the decree continues" means.

“I need to clarify. I think it's most likely a legal feature. I'm not ready to answer you right now. I'll clarify and then I'll clarify the situation. But here, after all, the main thing is: I once again urge you to focus on the corresponding statement of President Putin, ”Peskov replied.

Decree on partial mobilization in Russia has not been canceled - Kremlin