After the announced mobilization in the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Belarus, whose country is an ally in the war against Ukraine, published a statement about the mobilization.

The department assures that all military gatherings are

 "planned in nature and approved in advance by special legal acts."

This is reported by the press service of the Ministry of Defense of Belarus. 

"Officers of the military commissariats continue to perform standard daily work. In peacetime, one of the tasks of the military commissariat is accounting, conscription and mobilization work. As part of this work, summonses are sent and served to conscripts and conscripts who are in the reserve. The agenda that is sent to citizens of the Republic of Belarus from the military commissariats at their place of residence, inform them about participation in planned events," the report says.

The Ministry of Defense notes that there is allegedly no need for mobilization measures in Belarus.

The "Belarusian Gayun" monitoring group, which monitors the military activity of the Russian and Belarusian troops near the Ukrainian borders, 

does not see any signs of conducting or preparing for mobilization in the Republic of Belarus. 

It will be recalled that the adviser to the head of the President's Office, Mykhailo Podoliak, stated that the newly mobilized Russian soldiers do not even have tokens so that they cannot be identified.

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