North Korea denies reports of “hostile forces” on the supply of weapons to Russia

The Ministry of Defense of the republic called the data on military assistance to Russia from North Korea rumors. The fact that Pyongyang is transferring ammunition to Moscow was announced at the Pentagon and the US State Department. Moscow denied these reports

The DPRK has never supplied weapons and ammunition to Russia and does not plan to do so, according to the TsTAK, citing a statement by the deputy head of the main technical support department of the Republic's Ministry of Defense.

“Recently, the US and other hostile forces have been talking about “violating the resolution” The UN Security Council, spreading “rumors about the supply of weapons” between North Korea and Russia. <…> We have never exported weapons or ammunition to Russia before and we do not plan to export them,— assured the department (quote from Reuters).

In early September, the Pentagon announced that they had recorded the fact that Moscow had asked Pyongyang for ammunition. The US State Department said Russia “is in the process of acquiring millions of missiles and artillery shells from North Korea for use in Ukraine.”

White House national security spokesman John Kirby said that the Pentagon could not provide evidence for their claims. “There is no indication that this purchase has been completed, and, of course, there is no indication that these weapons are being used on the territory of Ukraine,” — Kirby stressed.

Russia's Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya denied information about such supplies.

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Putin posthumously awarded the title of Hero of Russia to the Commissioner of the Young Guard

The title was awarded to Viktor Tretyakevich “for courage and heroism shown in the fight against the Nazi invaders during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945”

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Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded the title of Hero of Russia to one of the organizers of the underground organization “Young Guard”, which operated in 1942-1943. Viktor Tretyakevich.

The high title was awarded posthumously to Tretyakevich “for courage and heroism shown in the fight against the Nazi invaders during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945,” according to a decree published on the portal of legal information .

“Young Guard” was created by Komsomol members in the city of Krasnodon occupied by German troops (then the Voroshilovgrad region of the Ukrainian SSR). Tretyakevich was the commissar of the organization and was executed by the Germans after the defeat of the underground organization in 1943. However, unlike other leaders of the “Young Guard” (Oleg Koshevoy, Sergei Tyulenin, Lyubov Shevtsova, Ulyana Gromova and Ivan Zemnukhov), Tretyakevich did not receive the title of Hero of the Soviet Union posthumously in 1943, since one of the arrested employees of the occupation German police said that it was Tretyakevich who, after his arrest, could not stand the torture and issued the rest of the underground. Tretyakevich's surname is not mentioned in Alexander Fadeev's novel The Young Guard, in which Oleg Koshevoy became the commissioner of the organization. But in the novel, a certain Yevgeny Stakhovich appears, to whom some details of Tretyakevich's biography are attributed. It is Stakhovich who betrays the Young Guard in the novel.

After the war, the accusations against Tretyakevich were declared unfounded, and in 1960, by decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, he was posthumously awarded the Order of the Patriotic War, 1st degree.

Underground organization “Young Guard” was established shortly after the occupation of Krasnodon by German troops in July 1942. The members of the underground distributed leaflets with calls to fight the occupiers and reports from the Sovinformburo, set fire to the labor exchange, which kept lists of people (with addresses and filled out work cards) intended for forced export to work in Germany, and organized a number of other actions.

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The Ministry of Defense announced the return of 55 soldiers from captivity

The exchanged Russian soldiers were taken to their homeland, they are in hospitals, the Defense Ministry said. The fact that Moscow and Kyiv exchanged prisoners of war was announced the day before by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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The Russian Ministry of Defense commented on the exchange of prisoners with Ukraine, which became known last night. The agency reported that as a result of a complex negotiation process, 55 military personnel of Russia, the DPR and the LPR were returned from the territory of Ukraine. The message of the Ministry of Defense says that they were in captivity “in mortal danger.”

Now they have been delivered to the territory of Russia and are in medical institutions, the press service of the Ministry of Defense said. “All released servicemen are given the opportunity to contact their relatives,” — noted in the ministry's announcement.

The fact that Moscow and Kyiv exchanged prisoners of war was announced the day before by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who called the exchange “an important step towards peace.” and thanked the presidents of Russia and Ukraine, Vladimir Putin and Vladimir Zelensky, who, according to him, facilitated the exchange.

Ukrainian authorities have previously claimed that 50 prisoners were extradited to Russia, including a former MP and leader of the « Ukrainian choice» Viktor Medvedchuk. Ukraine, according to Kyiv, received 215 people, including commanders of the Azov battalion; (recognized as a terrorist organization in Russia and banned) Denis Prokopenko (Redis) and Svyatoslav Palamar (Kalina), as well as the commander of the Marines of the 36th brigade Sergei Volyn (Volyn). Zelensky said that under the terms of the exchange, the five Azov commanders will stay in Turkey until the end of hostilities “under the personal guarantees of the Turkish president.”

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In Togliatti, an unknown person set fire to the administration door

An unknown person set fire to the door and porch of the administration of Togliatti, the fire was quickly extinguished, the fire was put out by seven crews of the Ministry of Emergency Situations. Baza writes about the discovered site of the Molotov cocktail

Law enforcement officers identify the arsonist of the door of the city administration, the fire was quickly localized and eliminated, RBC was told in the press service of the Togliatti administration.

The Center for Combating Extremism (Center “E”) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs discovered on Molotov cocktails were used at the scene of the incident, the Baza telegram channel writes without indicating the source of the information.

The signal about the fire was received by the local department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations at 3:44 am (2:44 Moscow time), the fire covered an area of ​​10 square meters. m, the door and the porch lining were on fire, they said in the department, Volga.News reports. Seven crews arrived at the scene of the fire, 21 minutes after receiving the message, the fire was extinguished.

At the end of April, the building of the Togliatti administration was covered with red paint, wrote the Togliatti Notebook portal, indicating that shortly before that, a poster “#We Don't Abandon Our Own” appeared on the building. According to the portal, the administration staff turned to the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

RBC turned to the press service of the regional Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations for comment.

In recent months, the authorities of the regions of Russia have repeatedly reported arson in the buildings of city administrations and military registration and enlistment offices. In mid-May, a fire broke out in the military registration and enlistment office of the village of Pronsk, Ryazan Region, the administration reported that “the door and a little window were damaged,” assuring that the consequences had been eliminated. Baza then wrote about an attempt to set fire to the military registration and enlistment office at night, indicating that unknown people approached the building and tried to set fire to the window frame and door. The police opened a case of an attempt to deliberately destroy or damage property, the channel noted.

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About a month ago, at the end of August, Oryol Governor Andrey Klychkov said that an unknown person “threw two Molotov cocktails into the central entrance of the Oryol Region administration building” in the morning. ;. The fire was soon put out, but an employee of the administration received burns. “If someone decided to celebrate the Independence Day of Ukraine in this way, then I say again: as we helped our army participating in the special operation, we will continue to help,” — Orlov emphasized. Arson was committed by an unknown person on a bicycle, throwing two Molotov cocktails, follows from the footage published by the head of the region.

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The military commissar of Yakutia promised the mobilized from 205 thousand rubles. monthly

In Yakutia, they announced the priority for mobilization of those who served no earlier than 2019 and have military service skills. The military commissar of the region indicated that the minimum monthly payment would be 205 thousand rubles. The Ministry of Defense did not name the amount. -webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Citizens called up as part of partial mobilization will receive from 205 thousand rubles. per month, and depending on the military rank and position, they will be equated with contract servicemen, said the Yakut military commissar Alexander Avdonin. His words are quoted by the portal of the administration of Yakutia.

“The call for mobilization is subject to all citizens who are registered with the military and do not have legal grounds for granting a deferment. Notification and collection of citizens is carried out in Yakutsk. Then we will send the guys to military units,»,— he said.

Avdonin clarified that, first of all, as part of partial mobilization, those Russians who served no more than three years ago, are registered with the military and have military service skills are called up.

Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu also spoke about assigning the status of contract soldiers to the mobilized a day earlier, on September 21. At the same time, he did not specify how much they would receive payments, indicating that it would be “appropriate”. The State Duma called the payments “a new paycheck, which will be very high,” indicating that the mobilized will be required to continue paying the mortgage, if any. In Moscow, those mobilized will also receive additional payments from the city government along with volunteers, said Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin.

Partial mobilization was introduced in Russia by decree of President Vladimir Putin on the morning of September 21. Putin spoke in his address about the need to protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country, to ensure the security of the people and “people in the liberated territories.” Putin also accused Western countries of “nuclear blackmail”, recalling that the Russian military has similar weapons. “We use every means to protect our people. It's not a bluff. Our independence and freedom will be secured by every means available,— promised the President of Russia.

300 thousand people are subject to mobilization. “There is no provision for a wide-cut combine to capture everyone quickly, no. Coincidentally, at the same time, according to our plans, we were to hold mobilization charges, — Shoigu told.

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Reuters learned about Erdogan’s plans to hold a meeting on Mir maps

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will hold a “high-level” meeting on Friday, September 23, where the Russian payment system “Mir” will be discussed. and potential sanctions from Western countries. This was reported by Reuters, citing two informed sources.

According to the interlocutors of the agency, Erdogan's meeting with officials will also discuss agreements with Russia, volatility on the Istanbul stock exchange and the general economic situation.

September 20, Turkish banks Isbank and Denizbank stopped servicing cards of the Russian payment system “Mir”, explaining this decision by sanctions from the United States and Great Britain against Russia. Following Turkish banks, Kazakhstani Halyk Bank and Vietnamese BIDV made similar decisions.

In mid-September, the Financial Times reported, citing sources, that the US and EU plan to increase pressure on Turkey due to the connection of local banks to the payment system “Peace”. After that, the Tourdom portal and a representative of the Titanic hotel chain reported problems with the operation of Russian cards.

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Medvedev asked the West to understand that “there is no turning back”

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Medvedev: don't scare us with talk about a NATO strike on Crimea Medvedev warned that “hypersound” can quickly reach targets in the US and Europe. In his opinion, all residents of NATO states should listen to Russia's statements, indicating that the country has chosen its own path 756638396579357.jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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The Russian authorities decided to accept the republics of Donbass and “other territories” into the country, new regions will be protected with the help of those mobilized, Russia can use any weapon, “including strategic”, so “no need to scare” Moscow. Such a conclusion from President Vladimir Putin's address was made by ex-president, deputy chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev.

“The Western establishment, in general, all citizens of the NATO countries, need to understand that Russia has chosen its own path. There is no turning back,— emphasized Medvedev.

At the same time, he advised “various retired idiots with generals' stripes” not to threaten an alliance strike on Crimea, threatening that “hypersonic” able to achieve goals in Europe and the US faster.

Putin addressed the Russians the previous morning, September 21st. He spoke about the need to protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country, to ensure the security of the people and “people in the liberated territories.” Putin also accused Western countries of “nuclear blackmail”, recalling that the Russian military has similar weapons. “We use every means to protect our people. It's not a bluff. Our independence and freedom will be secured by every means available,— promised the president of Russia.

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The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation told who will be called up as part of partial mobilization

As part of the partial mobilization, first of all, shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers and driver-mechanics will be called up. This was stated by the representative of the Main Organizational and Mobilization Directorate of the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces Vladimir Tsimlyansky.

Tsimlyansky specified that the order of conscription of citizens in the reserve has not been established, but priority will be given to those who have military registration specialties. One of the main factors is the fact that the drafted Russians have combat experience. At the same time, in accordance with the law, privates and sergeants under 35 years of age are subject to conscription, junior officers – up to 50 years old, senior officers – up to 55 years old. The number of citizens called up is determined by the regular needs of the completed military units, the representative of the ministry added.

According to him, the priority recruitment criteria during partial mobilization are military specialties, not military ranks. It is planned to call for service both officers and privates and sergeants.

Earlier it was reported that during the first day of partial mobilization, more than 10 thousand residents of Russia arrived at the military registration and enlistment offices on their own.

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Quiz around the head. Intellectual battle took place in aif.ru editorial office

In the AIF mansion; passed the traditional quiz for employees of Moscow and regional media.

Nine teams competed for the title of editorial chief erudite. Each — with original name. 

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Quiz — this is a kind of quiz, which is most often held in bars. To the accompaniment of the clink of glasses, the most daring versions are born. Topics are non-standard, answers — unexpected. But, unlike the popular Moscow quizzes, in “AiF” tournaments are free. And not only for their employees. Teams from Komsomolskaya Pravda, RT, Rostelecom, Domashny TV channel have already joined the game.

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During the tournament, the guests were surprised by the answers. So, not everyone could know about the merits of the singer Taylor Swiftin front of English-language literature (and it turned out that her poems are being studied at the University of Texas). I was also surprised that “branches from the tree of knowledge” in the 19th century they called … rods. This question caused the most confusion. 

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The game once again proved: luck — girl is fickle. Therefore, the first round was won by the Cotton Pads team, which did not make it into the top three last time. The “librarians” team as part of two participants, she continued to confidently fight for victory. 

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But “discs” went into a frenzy! They were one of the few who guessed the question about the IKEA museum, and a flawless performance in the music quiz allowed the team to gain a foothold in the first place.

It's time for a serious battle. To the fifth round “Librarians” moved down to the bottom of the standings. And the second place was taken by those who last time finished on the seventh — “Together fun in CT.” At the film quiz round, they showed a powerful result — 8 points out of 10. 

Each region has its own task for partial mobilization – General Staff of the RF Armed Forces

There are no quotas for the number of citizens called up from the reserve in the regions of the Russian Federation. Each subject has its own task for partial mobilization, Rear Admiral Vladimir Tsimlyansky, representative of the Main Organizational and Mobilization Directorate of the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces, explained.

According to him, the mobilization task is determined taking into account the available reserve in each particular region. In other words, the number of conscripts depends on the number of citizens registered with the military.

Earlier, the Kremlin denied reports that Russia plans to conscript a million people as part of partial mobilization.

Recall that the president announced a partial mobilization in the country on 21 September. As part of it, 300 thousand reservists will be called up.

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Registered Russians who have gone abroad are subject to conscription

Citizens of the Russian Federation who are registered with the military and who have gone abroad for a short time may be called up as part of partial mobilization. This was stated by an employee of the Main Organizational and Mobilization Directorate of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, Rear Admiral Vladimir Tsimlyansky.

According to him, Russians who live abroad on a permanent basis will not be called up.

Recall that the president of the Russian Federation announced a partial mobilization in the country on September 21. It is planned that 300,000 reservists will be called up as part of it.

Russian leader Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov previously denied information that Russia plans to call up a million people as part of partial mobilization.

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Who will be mobilized, who will not, and how much will they be paid? Defense Ministry clarifications

Topic RF special operation in Donbass and Ukraine

The Ministry of Defense of Russian Federation has published a clarification for citizens on key issues related to partial mobilization in Russia. Aif.ru gives the main theses of the General Staff.

Who will be called up in the first place?

completing tasks — “these, of course, are shooters, tankmen, gunners, drivers, driver-mechanics.”

At the same time, as such, the order of conscription of citizens who are in the reserve has not been established. But  nevertheless priority is given to citizens with suitable military specialties, the department noted.

 One of the main factors is that citizens called up from reserve have combat experience» ;, — stressed in the Ministry of Defense.

The number of conscripts is determined by the regular needs of completed military units.

With what military ranks will they call for in the first place?

The Ministry of Defense reported that military specialties are in priority, and not military ranks.

« At the same time, within the partial mobilization, citizens with both officer ranks and the ranks of privates and sergeants» will be called up.

What age limits are set in the partial mobilization?

In in accordance with Russian legislation, the following are subject to mobilization conscription:

  • private and sergeants — at under 35 years;
  • junior officers — up to 50 years;
  • senior officers — up to 55 years.

Will will women be drafted?

There are positions that can be filled by women who have the appropriate military specialties.  these include, for example, medical workers, the department noted.

At the same time, the Ministry of Defense emphasized that the need for such specialists is minimal.

What legal grounds will be taken into account in military commissariats for exemption from partial mobilization?

In in accordance with 

  • the so-called reserved citizens (the include workers of defense enterprises);
  • citizens declared temporarily unfit for military service due to health reasons;
  • citizens with four and more dependent children under 16 years of age;
  • citizens engaged in constant care of a family member or disabled people of group I;
  • those whose mothers, in addition to them, have four or more children under the age of eight years and bring them without a husband .

“The number of called-up citizens from the reserve, will not exceed 1% of the total number of mobilization manpower”, — noted in the  Ministry of Defense.

Will will they call up military pensioners or pensioners of other departments where military service is provided?

If a military pensioner, regardless of belonging to law enforcement agencies, is in  retired (over 65 years of age or due to health reasons) and removed from military registration, he is not subject to conscription for mobilization, clarified in department.

Will the employees of the military-industrial complex be called in?

Citizens of important industrial enterprises, organizations and government bodies, reserved in accordance with the established procedure for organizations, receive the right to deferred, in accordance with paragraph 1 of Article 18 of the Federal Law “On” mobilization training and “mobilization in” the Russian Federation.Quotas by the number of conscripts reserved for regions and organizations are not set. But based on the volume of the existing mobilization manpower reserve, “each subject of the Federation has been assigned a separate task for the delivery of mobilization resources.” It certainly depends on the  nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;number of people who are registered by the military, the department added.

Will will they call those who are outside Russia?

Those who permanently live outside of Russia and not registered military, are not subject to conscription to military service for mobilization. And those who left for a short time and at their place of residence in Russia is on registration of the military, they can be drafted, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported.

What special benefits and monetary allowance are provided for citizens, called from reserve?

Citizens called up for military service by mobilization receive status, payments and all social guarantees as contracted military servicemen, said in a statement.

Will families be able to receive the allowance of a mobilized family member?

As the Ministry of Defense explained, a citizen called up for mobilization will receive monthly:

  • monetary allowance in accordance with  with salary according to military rank and position,
  • various allowances related to service conditions;
  • and also insurance payments in accordance with FZ "On   ;compulsory state insurance of life and  health of a serviceman».

Money funds will be credited to the personal account of a serviceman, and at his will can be fully or partially transferred to members of his family, noted in the General Staff.

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Mobilized Russians will be able to return to their former places of work later

The government of the Russian Federation approved a resolution regarding the preservation of jobs for mobilized Russians.

According to the Telegram channel of the Russian government, mobilized citizens will have the opportunity to keep their employment contract and later return to their previous places work.

Relevant changes were made to the specifics of the legal regulation of labor relations in 2022-2023. They were approved by a decree signed by the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin.

With the mobilized Russians, employment contracts will be suspended, but not terminated. Thus, jobs will remain.

The decision concerns legal relations that have arisen since September 21 of this year.

Recall that the President of the Russian Federation announced a partial mobilization in the country on September 21. It is planned that 300,000 reservists will be called up as part of it.

Russian leader Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov previously denied information that Russia plans to call up a million people as part of partial mobilization.

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What is the memory of the oldest participant of the Second World War Alexander Chebanenko?

On September 22, at 106th year of life in Tyumen, the oldest participant in the Great Patriotic War Alexandra Chebanenko died in Russia. This was announced by Governor of the Tyumen Region Alexander Moor in Telegram.

«Veteran died last night in hospital», — wrote the Governor.

In February 2022, Chebanenko entered the Russian Book of Records as the oldest living participant in the Great Patriotic War.

What did Alexandra Chebanenko remember?

Alexandra Chebanenko was born on March 10, 1917 in a large family (11 children) in the village of Bogoyavlensky, Penza Region .

Since the first days of the Great Patriotic War, she found herself on the front.

In the ranks of the Red Army, a woman fought in Ukraine and in Czechoslovakia. She was a member of the 117th and 237th Guards divisions on the I and II Ukrainian fronts. Chebanenko served as a nurse.

It is known that all eight brothers of Alexandra Chebanenko died at the front. Chebanenko herself was wounded in both legs.

After the hospital of the guard, the foreman of the medical service returned to the front again, where she saved many. So, in & nbsp; 1944, in a few days, Chebanenko took out 63 & nbsp; soldiers and & nbsp; officers from the battlefield.              it reward list.

Alexander Chebanenko met her victory in Germany. Demobilized in 1946 .

“After the war, my parents raised the country. At first, my mother worked at the Zaporizhstal plant, and then she and her father were sent to Siberia to raise virgin lands. We got a job at the collective farm, only the conditions there were very difficult: neither housing, nor normal food, we spent the night in the  room of the collective farm administration, — the daughter of veteran Antonin told aif.ru in March 2022.

Later, Alexander Chebanenko, together with her husband Peter (she met him at the front) moved to the village of Mezhdurechensky Kondinsky district of the Tyumen region. The last years of her life the veteran lived in Tyumen.

Awards and titles

Awarded with the Order of the Patriotic War I and II&nbsp ; degrees, medals "For courage" and "For the defense of the Caucasus".

Marital status

She was married (husband died in 1974). Left a daughter, a granddaughter and a great-granddaughter.

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The head of Rosreestr spoke about the new rules for obtaining information from the USRN

Starting from March 2023, it will be possible to obtain information from the Unified State Register of Real Estate (EGRN) only with the consent of the owners. This decision is aimed at protecting personal information, life, health and property of Russians, said in an interview with Rossiyskaya Gazeta Head of Rosreestr Oleg Skufinsky.

He called this approach the best international practice, noting that 70-80% of states also provide information from registers with the consent of copyright holders.

According to him, in the rest 20-30% of states need to justify the importance of obtaining personal information of the owner of the object. At the same time, administrators may not provide it.

Skufinsky said that fraudsters can use the relevant data.

“When my colleagues and I studied these issues, such facts, unfortunately, were confirmed” ;, – he said.

The head of Rosreestr commented on the speculation that officials supposedly want to close their data with this law. According to him, they have nothing to do with it, since information about them is open and contained in declarations.

Earlier it was reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed by January 1, 2024 to prepare amendments to laws aimed at to reduce the number of objects not registered in the Unified State Register of Real Estate.

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Who is entitled to a deferment from the army in 2022?

Topic RF special operation in Donbass and Ukraine

On September 21 the president of announced the beginning of partial mobilization. The corresponding decree was signed and came into force. In the near future, the government should approve the list of enterprises or specialties that will be subject to reservations.

The list of persons who are now entitled to a deferment from the army is contained in the federal law N 53-FZ.

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Who gets a reprieve?

A deferment from conscription to military service is granted to citizens:

  • recognized as temporarily unfit for military service due to health condition (up to one year);
  • employed constant care for close relative — father, mother, wife, sibling, sister, grandfather, grandmother or adoptive parent (if no one else);
  • guardians or trustees of a minor sibling or a minor sibling in the absence of other persons obliged by law to support these citizens;
  • having a child and raising him without the mother of a child;
  • fathers of two and  ;more children;
  • having a disabled child under the age of three years;
  • employees of the internal affairs bodies, the State Fire Service, institutions and bodies of the penitentiary system and the customs authorities of the Russian Federation immediately after graduating from educational institutions of higher education of these bodies and institutions, if they have higher education and special ranks &mdash ; for the time of service in the said bodies and institutions;    enrolled in Russian National Guard Troops immediately after graduating the higher education institutions if they have higher education and special ranks — for the time of service in specified troops;
  • having a child and wife whose gestational age is at least 26 weeks;
  • State Duma deputies, members of the Federation Council, deputies of legislative (representative) state authorities of subjects of the Russian Federation, deputies of representative bodies of municipalities or heads of municipal  — for terms of office in the said bodies;
  • registered as candidates during direct elections to state authorities or local governments, — for up to the day of official publication of the results, and in case of early retirement — up to day of retirement.

Who is exempt from conscription?

Citizens are exempted from conscription for military service:

  • recognized as limited fit for military service for health reasons (category B).    they are released from conscription in peacetime, but they can be called up during mobilization (not in first place);
  • categories D (not valid). As a rule, these are people who have been diagnosed with cancer, active progressive tuberculosis, late syphilis, HIV, or have consequences of injuries that led to disability;
  • a temporary delay (category D) up to six months can be obtained with gastritis, fracture, pneumonia, and so on. At the same time, in any case, the conscripted must appear at the military enlistment office for a medical examination and determination of the period of unfitness for service. ?

    Deferment may be received in connection with education. The conscript will receive a reprieve if:

    • he is 18 years old, but he is still in school. The deferral will be automatically granted in order to pass the Unified State Examination and enroll in another educational institution before 1 October of the year in which he graduated from school.
    • he studies at technical school or college. The deferral will be given until the completion of studies in secondary educational institution, but when receiving education at university, it will no longer be valid.
    • He studies at university. For students of higher educational institutions, the deferment is automatically extended for four years if the study is under the bachelor's program, and for five — with a specialist. But at the same time, the training must take place in full-time studies and      s student must not yet have a diploma of higher education. After a bachelor's degree, you can get a delay for the time of study in master's degree, and after its graduation — in graduate school. A graduate student can also count on a deferment from the army for study and dissertation defense. Upon expulsion from a university, the deferment is annulled and not granted upon re-admission.

    Who else can get a deferral?

    In 2022, a deferment appeared for IT specialists with specialized education and working for at least a year in accredited IT companies (organizations included in the list of strategically important organizations compiled by the Ministry of Digital development, communications and mass communications).

    Except for IT people, pilots can get a delay, but so far there has been no information about armor for them.

    Also, by Decree No. 647, a deferment from the call will be granted to employees of the military-industrial complex — but only for the period of work in these organizations. The order of deferment should be determined by the government of the Russian Federation in the near future.

    Who has the right to exemption from conscription to military service?

    The following have this right:

    • citizens with an academic degree;
    • sons (siblings):
    • deceased (deceased) servicemen who were conscripted for military service, and also dead (deceased) citizens during the period of their military training;
    • deceased due to injury (wounds, injuries, contusions) or diseases, received in connection with their performance of duties of military service, after dismissal from military service or after deduction from military training or the end of military training.

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Where to call for partial mobilization?

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To promptly resolve and clarify issues about partial mobilization, a unified call center service 122 was activated in Russia, which has proven itself well during the period pandemic COVID-19. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko. The hotline began to work from September 22.

“In accordance with the decree of the President and on behalf of the Prime Minister, we will activate the hotline 122 to inform citizens on issues of partial mobilization. The service is deployed in all regions of the country and is ready to receive calls. Governors help organize the work of local hotline operators, — Chernyshenko said.

He also added that the government collects and fixes the most frequently asked questions of citizens and, together with the Ministry of Defense, prepares answers to them, Chernyshenko added.

“Answers to newly received questions will be provided as they are worked out, », — said the Deputy Prime Minister.

Where else can you get reliable information about the partial mobilization of citizens?

You can get reliable information about the partial mobilization not only through the hotline 122, but also through the government's official resource "Explaining.rf".

Useful links:

Website Explaining.rf  (section "Partial mobilization") 

Telegram channel Explaining.rf

— Explaining.rf

«Focus on official sources, do not trust rumors and unverified information»,— stressed Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko.

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“We drove – the bridge collapsed.” Refugees from Ukraine arrive in Belgorod

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Temporary accommodation near Belgorod — this is a tent camp, where several dozen people from the border regions of Ukraine arrive daily. Not all of those who cross the Russian border go to TAPs: someone has relatives who know Belgorod.

Guests, and not refugees

"People we stay in most of them for one or two days, then they are sent further to Russia, now they are sent every day — says Deputy Head of TAP Vitaly Belokopytov. — They are sent in comfortable tourist buses to other regions that are ready to accept them, the approximate distance — up to 1200 km from Belgorod».

These people are here — not yet refugees, they have not had time to receive this status. They are called guests here, because upon entering the Russian Federation they receive a guest visa for 90 days as foreign citizens.  In the further they will be placed in permanent buildings in other regions, they will receive registration, the right to work, in the migration service and in social protection they will draw up all the documents  — explains Vitaly Alexandrovich.

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It's already cold at night, but all the tents in the camp are insulated, each has a reflector — nobody complains about  the cold. Most of  those with whom I managed to talk have not yet completely recovered, someone refused to communicate at all, fearing for relatives who remained at home, under the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The thing is that those who left for Russia are tracked down, and their relatives are immediately classified as separatists.

In one of tents — canteen, people here are fed by a social catering plant, which also prepares food for schools and kindergartens in Belgorod, so the food is tasty and high in calories. I notice on all tables grapes — They explain to me that in the spring, when Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov first came here, he conversed with people and noted that many immunity was weakened and instructed to provide TAPs with fruit without fail.

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We have a son there…

An elderly couple is finishing breakfast. Meet them — back in the middle of August they arrived from the Kharkov region, from Izyum. The man has cancer, so they stayed in the TAC, as he is undergoing treatment.

“We waited for almost five months to be taken out of there, finally it worked out, we came here, we were received very well. We left by the first humanitarian bus, when patients were taken out of Izyum, here they all were accepted, whoever needed them, Belgorod doctors performed operations, they treat in   — many thanks to the people of Belgorod for the help! — says Natalia Nikolaevna. —   We have a son there. We call him, we know what is going on there, that the Armed Forces of Ukraine are there now. Russian troops entered Izyum on March 26, and life began to gradually improve, there was electricity, water, humanitarian aid began to be brought, although the Armed Forces of Ukraine continued to fire at us. And now again there is nothing, everything is broken. Today they say that they will liberate Donbass. This is great. And we? And Kupyansk, and Izyum — one hundred thousand cities in Kharkiv region. Someone, like us, was able to leave. And those who remained…".

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The camp — volunteers came

In T            this             These are products, canned food, hygiene items — the volunteer tent is crammed with racks and  things from floor to canvas. First of all, the Belgorod organization “Emergency Youth Aid” helps. (they started their work here in March, as soon as the camp opened), as well as victory volunteers.

 Each of us comes in free time, — says NSR volunteer Alexey. — Here we need all sorts of help — you need to distribute things, bring and take and something help to unload, and talk with people. Our tent is open from morning to evening, and when there was recently a big influx from Logachyovka, we and worked until 2am».

Two young guys take just the essentials, shaving machines. They arrived last night, traveled in their car from the Svatovsky district of the Lugansk region. They left because of the shelling, when asked what they think to do next, they shrug their shoulders: “Where they will distribute, we'll go there.”

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Nine in one car

There are no citizens with passports of DPR and LPR in the  ; referendum. There are only Ukrainians who left the bombings, whose houses were destroyed by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Zina, a young woman, has just arrived from the village of Dvurechnoye, Kharkov region. They got to the border by car, then through the checkpoint in Logachevka — by bus to PVR.

“There are still a lot of people at the border,” she says.    There were nine of us in the car, all relatives, with my husband and 9-year-old daughter. We were bombed out of a house in      we recently bought — and now it's gone. When they left, the APU was not there yet, and the next morning they came in. On the road we crossed the bridge, it was dilapidated, but it was still possible to move along it. We passed, and he collapsed, swam down the river. When the Armed Forces of Ukraine began to bomb Kupyansk — it is a several kilometers from it and flyed to us, it bombed a recreation center in a village, residential buildings».

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Valentin brought his family — wife and 11-year-old daughter from Svatovsky district of Lugansk region, from the village of Nizhnyaya Duvanka.

"We left after the shelling of the center of the village — the school was destroyed, the kindergarten, we decided to go to Russia, not to wait for our house to be destroyed  — the man says. — From to the border 60 kilometers, got quickly. And now we are going to Ural — I have my mother and sisters there, so I came back home.

Valeria arrived with her husband, brother and four-year-old daughter the night before from the village of Troitskoye, Luhansk region.

“My parents didn’t want to go, it’s hard for the elderly to leave everything, my father took us to the border,” she says. — Here we just called them. They sit, they don't leave the house, because they are constantly shelling. We ran, as they say, in what we were — but it's better this way, but the child is alive, only for her sake and left. My husband from Severodonetsk, in the beginning of spring, went to to parents sat sat with their cellars for five months, escaping shelling. Only there it was quiet — came back to us and here we started».

Psychologist from Moscow

Almost all the arrivals —  under stress. They need not only material, but also emergency psychological help. I am meeting the camp psychologist: ELena Makarova came here on a business trip for a week from Moscow; here,  everyone, in principle, is similar, — Elena Yurievna says   In mostly people are in a state of uncertainty, they lose their homes, property, relatives, go into the unknown. Information is important for them, and it is equally important to feed-drink, resettle, and provide them with everything necessary. And  the camp works very well in this regard. When they realize that no one will leave them, that they are under the protection of the state, they calm down and see at least some kind of life perspective. We can not influence the situation, but we can help those around us».

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League of Nations – impotent or manipulative? Why the predecessor of the UN collapsed

US President Joe Biden, speaking at 77th session of the UN General Assembly, proposed to expand the Security Council of this international organization, and Vladimir Zelenskyin             appeal                   generally benevolent — Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Sergey Ryabikovstated that the Russian side has been calling for the same thing for a long time. However, he also noted that Biden's speech looks too much like an attempt to intercept Russian initiatives and appropriate them for himself, which, in turn, speaks of    another US claim to dominate the world».

When the word doesn deed

The remark is correct. And, most importantly, it is confirmed over a fairly long historical distance. More than a hundred years ago, the US claims to the role of the world arbiter and world gendarme dealt a death blow to the prototype of the UN — League of Nations. Moreover, at the very moment of its birth, which, by and large, caused the inglorious finale of this promising organization.

The fun  nations stood none other than US President Woodrow Wilson. In general, it is gratifying to see that at least somewhere there is still stability. For more than a hundred years, US leaders have been making excellent speeches about peace and security, sometimes even receiving Nobel Peace Prizes for it, which does stop their unleashing and provoking wars in all corners of the planet. It was Wilson who set an example for them. In 1919, he was the first president of the United States to receive this award. True, a year before he had also authorized the American invasion of Russian territory. But is does the world care any Russians? The main thing is completely different — the  league of nations — an organization that aims to “develop cooperation between peoples and” achieve international peace and “security”!

So it is. But it was assumed that the control over “international peace and security” will be in very specific hands. For example, Edward House did not hesitate to declare: “The success of the League will largely depend on” strong cooperation between the United States and Great Britain with its overseas dominions … the surest guarantee of world peace is the close political friendship of peoples who speak  English. It is clear that England supported this initiative. It is no less obvious that France, Italy and Japan — prospective permanent members of the Council of the League of Nations — and did delight did from such statements.

Wanted to be in charge

And then the future Council of the League of Nations became aware of the statement of Woodrow Wilson himself: “By becoming partners with other countries, we” will dominate this alliance. Financial superiority will be ours. Industrial superiority will be ours. Trade dominance will be ours. The countries of the world are waiting for our leadership. Then England — what does it come out? Does the United States claim to be the sole arbiter at all? And will not even share it with us?

Feeling the opposition of Europe, the United States defiantly withdrew from the League of Nations in 1920. The organization, barely having arisen, became inferior. But even in such a truncated form, it could perform its intended functions — at least in Europe. Another thing is that for normal functioning it was necessary to admit Germany and Russia to the League of Nations as soon as possible. In principle, this was not prohibited by the Charter of the League of Nations. However, in fact, such a move was considered illegal.

Members of the Council of the League of Nations — victors in the First World War. So they understood peace and security in a very different way. And they acted on the basis of a specific consideration: “Woe to the vanquished.” Germany was among the defeated, which is natural. However, Russia was also included there. Firstly, for the  separate peace of Brest-Litovsk with Germany. And secondly…

Take and divide…Russia

Secondly, one of ideologists and chief designers of the League of nations, that same Edward House, had very original views of our country. Here is an entry from his diary: “The rest of the world will live more peacefully if instead of a huge Russia there are four Russias in the world. One — Siberia, and the rest — divided European part of the country».

Yes, the US withdrew from the League of Nations almost immediately. But by all appearances, such considerations were not foreign to those who remained and who formed the Council of the League. Moreover, it was precisely these countries that, at the time of the birth of the League of Nations, actually held part of the Russian territories seized in the process of intervention. And in some places they continued to hold for a few more years — thus, Japan left the Far East only in 1922 .

One curious fact speaks about how the League of Nations looked at the actions of those states that were part of it, as well as at Russia's place in the  brave new world». In & nbsp; 1920, the Council of People's Commissars of the RSFSR begged Poland to stop the invasion of & nbsp; the borders of Russia, which began back in 1919 & nbsp;, stop the war and & nbsp; make peace. The answer was the most severe blows and the capture of Kyiv. The League of Nations, in theory, was supposed to somehow appease one of its unbridled participants. In vain. The Treaty of Riga concluded in 1921 showed that from the point of view of the League of Nations, all countries are, of course, equal, but some are more equal than others. Poland then seized huge territories in Ukraine and Belarus and even managed to chop off a good piece of Lithuania. Nobody suspended         suspended         suspension of her membership in the League of Nations. Recorded aggressors.

Last Chance

This moment, which took place at the very beginning of the activities of the League of Nations, perfectly characterizes all its further steps. However, the League still had a chance to get on the right track. In 1934, the USSR was admitted to membership, and it immediately entered the Council of this organization. People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs Maxim Litvinov,representing the interests of the Soviet Union there, immediately came up with the concept of collective security in Europe. He also owned the initiative to form a special military structure under the League of Nations. Historian Irina Khomach mentions that back in & nbsp; proposed to the League of Nations to create peacekeeping aviation and landing corps to fight any aggressor. The share of the USSR was to be 300 & nbsp; aircraft.

The fact that these proposals were not accepted, and the concept of collective security did not become a reality, is not the fault of the USSR. Litvinov repeatedly warned that it was impossible to turn a blind eye to the predation of Nazi Germany, that Poland, which in 1938 took part in the aggression against Czechoslovakia, should also be put in its place, otherwise the League of Nations would simply turn into a laughing stock…

In the end, everything came true according to the words of the Soviet People's Commissar. The League of Nations, true to its original principles of ignoring the interests of Russia and blocking its initiatives, did not use its last chance. And really turned into a laughing stock. But it was laughter through tears — the result of the impotence of the League of Nations, or rather, its attempts to manipulate Europe, was the Second World War. In 1946, the League of Nations ceased to exist. The only thing she was good for was the role of a negative example. When the UN was created, it was clear to everyone — it is categorically impossible to make a new international organization according to the patterns of the League.

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China advocated negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv without preconditions

The Chinese Foreign Ministry said that Beijing will not “sit idly by” on the conflict in Ukraine. Wang Yi also noted that Beijing is not going to “add fuel to the fire.” China supports the European Union and major European countries in their efforts to achieve peace

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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on the parties to the conflict in Ukraine to resume dialogue and negotiations to resolve the situation without preconditions. He stated this at a meeting of the UN Security Council on the situation in Ukraine.

“Above all, we must adhere to dialogue and negotiations. The main priority for the parties is the resumption of dialogue without preconditions, — said the diplomat. He also called on both sides to discuss feasible options as one of the conditions for ending the conflict.

Wang Yi also met with the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell. The report on this meeting is published on the website of the Chinese Foreign Ministry. Wang Yi said that the situation in Ukraine shows an expanding and long-term trend, and the negative side effects are becoming more and more serious, and this does not suit China.

“It is extremely important to cease fire and stop. <…> China will not sit idly by, let alone add fuel to the fire, and will continue to play its part. At the same time, we support the European Union and major European countries in continuing to actively mediate and make every effort to achieve peace,— said Wang Yi.

Following President Vladimir Putin's September 21 address announcing partial mobilization, Beijing also called on the parties to dialogue.

“Calling on all parties for dialogue and consultations to end hostilities and find ways to address the legitimate security concerns of all parties,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said.

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He clarified that China supports all measures to resolve the conflict in Ukraine, calls for respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries, upholding the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, and in once again called for a peaceful settlement of the conflict in Ukraine.

After a meeting in New York with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Wang Yi said that no one can deprive Russia of the important role it plays in the UN. “Although the United Nations is located in the United States, the United Nations itself belongs to all of us. Russia— a permanent member of the Security Council and should continue to play its important role in the UN. No one can deprive Russia of this right,»,— said Wang Yi.

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The General Staff announced about 10 thousand citizens who independently arrived at the military registration and enlistment office

The General Staff announced about 10,000 people who independently arrived at the military registration and enlistment offices during the day of mobilization The day after the announcement of partial mobilization, about 10 thousand Russians came to the military registration and enlistment offices without waiting for a summons, a representative of the General Staff said

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About 10,000 Russians came to the military registration and enlistment offices, without waiting for a summons, a day after the announcement of partial mobilization, said Rear Admiral Vladimir Tsimlyansky, representative of the Main Organizational and Mobilization Directorate of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces.

“During the first day about 10 thousand citizens arrived at the military commissariats on their own, without waiting for a summons, — Tsimlyansky said (quote from RIA Novosti).

Partial mobilization was announced by President Vladimir Putin on the morning of September 21, explaining its need to protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country, ensuring the security of the people and “people in the liberated territories.” Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that 300,000 reservists will be mobilized and will be trained or retrained.

They call on those who have served in the army, have combat experience or a military specialty that is in demand. They will be assigned the status of contract soldiers, after which the mobilized will receive appropriate payments, the head of the Defense Ministry noted.

The department later clarified that privates and sergeants are subject to mobilization call & mdash; up to 35 years old, junior officers— up to 50 years old, senior & mdash; up to 55 years old. First of all, shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers will be called. Those who are registered with the military and who are abroad “on a short trip” can also be mobilized. Mobilization will not affect those permanently residing abroad and not registered with the military.

Women with the appropriate military specialties, in particular, doctors, can also be called up for service, however, as Vladimir Tsimlyansky, a representative of the General Staff, noted, “the need for such specialists is minimal.” Those declared temporarily unfit for health reasons will not be affected by the mobilization, as well as those who have four or more dependent children under 16 years old.

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Kadyrov expressed dissatisfaction with the exchange of prisoners with Ukraine

The head of Chechnya said that he considers it unacceptable to exchange “criminals recognized as terrorists” for military personnel, and warned that for the fighters who participated in the battles in Mariupol, this could be a signal “not to take fascists prisoner”

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The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said in his telegram channel that he was dissatisfied with the exchange of prisoners of war that took place the day before. He emphasized that this is his personal position.

“I understand that at the top in the Ministry of Defense and the FSB it is much more visible, but I believe that criminals recognized as terrorists cannot be exchanged for servicemen. I would understand if there would be an equivalent exchange— soldier to soldier, agent to agent. We have a lot of prisoners of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, whom you change at least a hundred to one, they will still remain. We completed the exchange on Ukrainian terms. This is wrong, — Kadyrov said.

He stressed that he considers the transfer of even one fighter of the Azov battalion to be (recognized as an extremist organization and banned in Russia) is incorrect. Kadyrov recalled that it was the Azov people who took part in the hostilities in Mariupol. “And therefore it is not surprising that the fighters who liberated Mariupol and are now on the front line draw their conclusion— do not take fascists prisoner»,— said the head of Chechnya.

Moscow and Kyiv held an exchange of prisoners of war the night before with the mediation of Turkey. According to the Ukrainian authorities, 50 prisoners were extradited to Russia as part of the exchange, including a former MP, leader of the Ukrainian Choice movement; and businessman Viktor Medvedchuk, and Ukraine— 215. Among them were the commanders of the Azov battalion; Denis Prokopenko (“Radish”), Svyatoslav Palamara “Kalina”, photographer Dmitry “Orest” Cossack others. According to Volodymyr Zelensky, five Azov commanders will be in Turkey until the end of hostilities “under the personal guarantees of the Turkish President.”

The head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, confirmed that Medvedchuk, as well as 55 prisoners of war, were transferred to Russia as part of the exchange, and Ukraine— 215 prisoners. The Russian Defense Ministry said that 55 Russian, DPR and LPR troops were brought to Russia “as a result of a complex negotiation process.” In captivity, they were “threatened with mortal danger,” the department said.

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The head of the HRC urged to keep jobs for mobilized

The mobilized employees should keep their jobs, Valery Fadeev believes. He also urged businesses to get rid of the risks of recruiting CEOs and individual entrepreneurs with employees =”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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While there are no norms prescribing the procedure for the mobilization of Russians announced the day before, in this situation, the recruit should keep his job as if he had been sent to military training, said Valery Fadeev, head of the Human Rights Council.

He explained that in the case a call for military service with an employee, you can terminate the employment contract, and if an employee goes to serve under a contract, he must quit of his own free will.

“I think that a mechanism for saving a job can be introduced here who comes to the place of the mobilized must understand that after his demobilization he will vacate this place, — said Fadeev.

He noted that another problem for business could be the mobilization of a general director who acts as a guarantor for loans to a legal entity, or an individual entrepreneur who has employees on his staff. The head of the HRC urged to pay attention to such cases and save businesses from additional risks.

Fadeev said that among the measures being discussed to support the mobilized, there is a proposal that the state take over payments on mortgage and consumer loans for the period of service. However, he pointed out, it is necessary to establish limits on the maximum amount of payments.

In general, the head of the HRC emphasized, it is urgent to take legislative measures to resolve such issues. Fadeev also believes that they should have retroactive effect, that is, apply to those mobilized before the adoption of the document, and also include a period of combat training.

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Partial mobilization was announced by President Vladimir Putin on the morning of September 21. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that 300,000 reservists would be mobilized and trained or retrained. They will be assigned the status of contract soldiers, after which they will be able to receive the appropriate payments.

Mobilization will affect privates and sergeants under 35 years old, junior officers up to 50 years old and senior officers up to 55 years old. First of all, shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers will be called. Those who are registered with the military and are abroad “on a short trip” can also be mobilized.

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In the Tula region, the mobilized will receive an additional ₽100,000

Contract soldiers participating in hostilities in Ukraine will also receive the payment

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Residents of the Tula region called up for service as part of partial mobilization and military contractors participating in the operation in Ukraine will receive a one-time cash payment in the amount of 100 thousand rubles. Such a decree was signed by the head of the region Alexei Dyumin, the regional government reports.

The Tula authorities emphasized that the mobilized have the status of contracted military personnel who receive a number of benefits.

In addition to the prescribed payments in the amount of 3 million rubles. for the injury and 5 million rubles. family of the deceased military, in the Tula region decided to pay an additional 1 million rubles. with a serious wound, 500 thousand & mdash; with an average and 200 thousand— with easy. In the event of the death of a contract soldier or a mobilized one, his family will receive an additional 2 million rubles from the regional authorities. Also, upon admission to a university, children of military personnel will be provided with a lump sum payment of 30,000 rubles. RUB

After the announcement of the beginning of partial mobilization on the morning of September 21, the authorities of a number of regions promised payments and benefits to those called up for service. So, those mobilized from Moscow will receive an additional 50 thousand rubles a month, in Yakutia they promised to pay from 205 thousand rubles. per month, and the Crimean authorities will pay conscripts 200,000 rubles at a time.

Chairman of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko said that the mobilized will receive the benefits due to participants in the military operation in Ukraine.

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The General Staff assured that conscripts will not be sent to Donbass

The upcoming conscription will take place as planned and on time, it does not depend on partial mobilization, said General Staff spokesman Vladimir Tsimlyansky. He assured that the conscripts would serve in Russia

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The conscription for military service will take place on time, it has nothing to do with the conduct of the special operation, said Rear Admiral Vladimir Tsimlyansky, a representative of the Main Organizational and Mobilization Directorate of the General Staff.

operations. As before, it will be carried out within the time limits established by the legislation of the Russian Federation and in a planned manner, — Tsimlyansky said, adding that conscripts would serve in Russia.

Tsimlyansky stressed that all conscripts whose term of service has expired will go home. According to him, this year 120,000 Russians will be called up for military service, which is less than last fall.

Autumn conscription in Russia will take place from October 1 to December 31. Last year, 127.5 thousand recruits were called up for military service, and a year earlier— 134k

On the morning of September 21, President Vladimir Putin announced the beginning of a partial mobilization in Russia. 300 thousand reservists with combat experience or a military registration specialty will be called up for service, they will be trained or retrained. According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, this is 1% of the total mobilization resource, which is more than 25 million people. He explained that the length of the front exceeds 1 thousand km, the rear needs to be “fixed and controlled”.

As the Ministry of Defense explained on September 22, privates and sergeants are subject to mobilization call— up to 35 years old, junior officers— up to 50 years old, senior & mdash; up to 55 years old. First of all, shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers will be called. Those who are registered with the military and who are abroad “on a short trip” can also be mobilized. The mobilization will not affect those recognized as temporarily unfit for service, caring for relatives or disabled people of group I, having four or more children.

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Ben Salman announced his readiness to become an intermediary between Moscow and Kyiv

This is not the first time the Saudi crown prince has offered mediation to the parties to the conflict in Ukraine. One of his first proposals was made a few days after the start of the military operation

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The Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman al Saud, in a telephone conversation with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, announced his readiness to mediate in negotiations between the parties to the conflict, Al Arabia reports.

«The Crown Prince confirmed the interest of the kingdom in supporting all international efforts aimed at a political solution to the crisis, and stressed the continuation of efforts to help mitigate the humanitarian consequences, — the publication says.

The President of Ukraine thanked the Crown Prince for his participation in the recently completed prisoner exchange operation. Through the mediation of bin Salman, Russia released ten foreigners taken prisoner during the hostilities in Ukraine.

Among those released were five British citizens, two Americans , Moroccan, Swede and Croatian. The plane with the former prisoners landed in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Riyadh commended Russia and Ukraine for their response to Prince bin Salman's efforts to free prisoners of war.

This is not bin Salman's first offer to mediate in the crisis in Ukraine. On March 3, the Saudi Arabian Embassy in the United States reported that in a telephone conversation with Zelensky, the Crown Prince offered the President of Ukraine his mediation services in resolving the conflict. Bin Salman's conversation with Zelensky took place after a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the situation in the oil markets.

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The Moscow Military Commissariat issued an order on mobilization

It says that all officers, warrant officers, midshipmen, sergeants, foremen, soldiers and reserve sailors who have received summons are required to appear at the military registration and enlistment office with documents and personal belongings. There is no travel ban in the order

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The Moscow Military Commissariat issued an order for mobilization. It is published by the Moscow agency. in the telegram channel.

“All officers, warrant officers, midshipmen, sergeants, foremen, soldiers and sailors of the reserve, permanently residing in the city of Moscow, who have received personal summonses from the military commissariat, appear on the dates and points specified in their personal summonses,” — it says.

The document was signed by the military commissar of the capital, Major General Viktor Shchepilov. Conscripted Muscovites must have documents and personal belongings with them.

The day before, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization in the country. According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, 300 thousand Russians, or about 1% of the entire mobilization reserve, will fall under it.

On Thursday, the Ministry of Defense clarified that privates and sergeants up to 35 years old, junior officers up to 50 years old, senior officers— up to 55 years old. First of all, shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers will be called. They can also mobilize those who went abroad “on a short trip”.

Exempted from mobilization:

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  • booked citizens, including defense industry workers;
  • declared temporarily unfit for health reasons;
  • engaged in constant care for a family member or disabled people of group I;
  • having four or more dependent children under the age of 16;
  • those whose mothers, besides them, have four or more children under the age of eight and are raising without a husband.

In the first day, about 10 thousand people independently arrived at the military commissariats of the country, said Rear Admiral Vladimir Tsimlyansky, representative of the Main Organizational and Mobilization Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces.

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin established payments to the mobilized. So, monthly they will receive 50 thousand rubles. In the event of a serious injury (concussion, injury, mutilation), they are entitled to a lump sum payment of 1 million rubles, in case of a minor injury— 500 thousand rubles.

In the event of the death of military personnel or “their death before the expiration of one year from the date of dismissal from military service, which occurred as a result of injury <…> or a disease acquired in the performance of military service duties”, their family members are entitled to a lump sum payment in the amount of 3 million rubles.

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The government approved the preservation of jobs for mobilized

The employment contracts of the mobilized will be suspended without termination, the government reported

The government approved the resolution on the preservation of jobs for mobilized citizens, the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers published a message about this.

In accordance with it, “employment contracts with citizens called up for partial mobilization will be suspended, but not terminated,” and “their jobs will be saved.”

“Mobilized citizens will be able to keep their employment contract later return to your original place of work. The changes necessary for this have been made to the specifics of the legal regulation of labor relations in force in 2022 and 2023, — the message says.

Earlier, the head of the social committee of the Federation Council, Inna Svyatenko, said that senators are developing amendments to the Labor Code, designed to guarantee the rights of mobilized workers. Among the possibilities — is to keep a job for a person called up for service or to pay state compensation in case it is not possible to keep it. The head of the Human Rights Council Valery Fadeev supported the preservation of the workplace for the mobilized.

Partial mobilization was announced by President Vladimir Putin on the morning of September 21. 300,000 reservists will be mobilized. The mobilization will affect privates and sergeants under 35, junior officers under 50, and senior officers under 55. First of all, shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers will be called. The General Staff claims that combat experience will be one of the main factors when drafting.

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