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Men forbidden to leave Crimea without permission of military enlistment office

Men forbidden to leave Crimea without permission of military enlistment office


UKRAINSKA PRAVDA – FRIDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER 2022, 18:19

Men who plan to leave Russian-occupied Crimea must obtain an appropriate permit from the military draft office.

Source: Kremlin-sponsored news outlet Crimeainform, citing press service of Crimea occupying authorities

Details: At the same time, the occupying authorities claim that “leaving Crimea is not prohibited”; however, Crimeans who want to leave “must obtain permission from the military enlistment office at their place of residence.”



It is also reported that non-registered male citizens of Crimea must register in the military enlistment office at the place of their actual stay.

In cases where it is impossible to find a person to deliver the mobilisation notice, he will be contacted by mobile phone.

Background:

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  • On the morning of 21 September, Vladimir Putin announced partial mobilisation.
  • Later it turned out that the decree on mobilisation contains a hidden paragraph which allows the Russian Ministry of Defence to draft up to a million people for the war.
  • Protests were held in Russian cities after partial mobilisation was announced. Law enforcement agencies report that police arrested at least 1,176 people. 
  • Detained protesters were issued mobilisation notices in Moscow and Voronezh.

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