After the "partial mobilization" announced by the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, military commissars in some regions forbid those in reserve to leave the regions.
This is reported by Radio Svoboda.
According to the publication, the military commissars of Tatarstan, Dagestan, Samara and Tver regions have signed mobilization orders: they forbid conscripts who are in reserve to leave the region, even if they have not received a summons.
Also, the governors of Sevastopol and St. Petersburg announced the creation of military commissions for the mobilization of local residents.
Earlier it became known that in the Kursk region of the Russian Federation, those subject to mobilization were prohibited from leaving the region.
We will remind that on September 21, during his address, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced partial mobilization in the Russian Federation.
After the corresponding presidential decree, the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, Serhiy Shoigu, announced that 300,000 new recruits would be called up for the war in Ukraine.
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