Residents of Donbass can serve in the Russian army


Granting Russian citizenship made it possible for residents of Donbass, namely the self-proclaimed LPR and DPR, to serve in the Russian army.


This was announced on January 29 TASS member of the United Russia faction, State Duma deputy Viktor Vodolatsky.

The parliamentarian noted that this case is purely voluntary, i. will only be done on request. He clarified that citizens permanently residing in the specified territory will have to independently apply to the regional military registration and enlistment office of the Rostov region.

In the regional military registration and enlistment office, persons will be registered with the military and undergo a medical examination (VVK). If they are recognized as fit, then they will serve in Russia.

Vodolatsky added that more and more often, at meetings with residents of the LPR and DPR, he hears questions related to the protection and security of the Russian-speaking population. People in Donbass are extremely concerned about the ongoing threat of an offensive by the Ukrainian army.

We remind you that on January 21 on the air of the TV channel Russia-24 Vodolatsky said that Russia cannot allow its citizens to be killed in the Donbass. He stressed that Moscow will take all necessary measures, within the framework of international law, to protect compatriots. The legislator drew attention to the fact that planes of the "peace-loving" NATO bloc, which carry weapons and ammunition, have become frequent in Ukraine. At the same time, he expressed the hope that the West would come to its senses and force Ukraine to comply with the Minsk agreements.

It should be noted that more than 630 thousand residents of the LPR and DPR have already received Russian passports.
  • Photos used: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. passing by Offline passing by
    passing by (passing by) 29 January 2022 14: 08
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    they can, but they don’t want to ... or they serve in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. in 2014, not a single officer was found from the local "miners". They divided it into "Europe must" and "Russia must", and they are waiting for someone to feed them more deliciously.
  2. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk 29 January 2022 14: 25
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    But this is very interesting. Legally, the direction of the military personnel of the Russian Federation, as a minimum, is a criminal offense, as a maximum - a declaration of war.
    1. Half a hundred second (Half a half second) 29 January 2022 14: 41
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      So they will not serve in the Donbass. They will call somewhere in the Far East or Siberia, and then who will attack them?
      In the text:

      If they are found fit, then they will serve in Russia
  3. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 29 January 2022 14: 34
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    Citizen deputy does not know the basics of Russian legislation. There can be no question of any voluntariness. Let's turn to the Constitution of the Russian Federation.

    Article 59

    1. Defense of the Fatherland is the duty and obligation of a citizen of the Russian Federation.

    2. A citizen of the Russian Federation bears military service in accordance with federal law.

    3. A citizen of the Russian Federation in the event his conscientiousness or religion contradicts the performance of military service, as well as in other cases established by federal law, has the right to replace it with an alternative civilian service.

    On the other hand, the protection of ITS citizens is a direct duty of the state. Look again at the Constitution. That is the Basic Law of the State

    Article 45

    1. State protection of the rights and freedoms of man and citizen in the Russian Federation is guaranteed.

    2. Everyone has the right to protect their rights and freedoms by all means not prohibited by law.

    So, if a person has accepted the citizenship of the Russian Federation, then he is OBLIGED to serve in the army. And if the state accepted him into its citizenship, then it is OBLIGED to protect this person.

    And who chooses these deputies? At least they respected the laws first. And then they would talk about voluntariness.
    And yes, Russia MUST and OBLIGED to protect its citizens. Citizenship is not only a privilege, but also a duty.

    http://www.constitution.ru/10003000/10003000-4.htm
    1. Half a hundred second (Half a half second) 29 January 2022 14: 47
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      Quote: Bakht
      Citizen MP

      wrote correctly. Read my comment below. You missed one nuance that these citizens do not live on the territory of the Russian Federation and do not have Russian registration.
      1. Bakht Offline Bakht
        Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 29 January 2022 14: 49
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        Already read. Yes, there are nuances. The issue of registration and conscription at the place of residence. But not voluntariness.
        This means that this gap in the legislation must be closed. But which of the deputies will close it? If the "child" has faded abroad to study or work, then there is no need to serve.
        1. Half a hundred second (Half a half second) 29 January 2022 14: 53
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          Yes, here it depends on consciousness whether he wants to repay his debt to the Motherland or not. There is a loophole not to serve.
    2. 123 Offline 123
      123 (123) 29 January 2022 17: 06
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      So, if a person has accepted the citizenship of the Russian Federation, then he is OBLIGED to serve in the army.

      There is no doubt, but for this you need to be on the territory of Russia or there must be military units of the RF Ministry of Defense. Transnistria, for example, is also full of Russian citizens, and there is nowhere for them to serve as peacekeepers. Many of them have never been to Russia. hi
  4. Half a hundred second (Half a half second) 29 January 2022 14: 38
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    Residents of Donbass can serve in the Russian army

    not all residents of Donbass, but citizens of the Russian Federation living in the Donbass.
    Foreigners (and this is everyone who does not have Russian citizenship) can also serve, but only under a contract and in private and sergeant positions.

    Every citizen of the Russian Federation who is fit for military service and has reached military age is obliged to pass it. True, there is a nuance - if you do not live on the territory of Russia (you do not have a Russian registration - that's more correct), they will not be able to call you up.

    Citizens subject to military registration are required to deregister when moving to a new place of residence and (or) place of stay (for a period of more than 3 months) ... as well as when leaving the Russian Federation for a period of more than 6 months

    Those. if you live for more than six months outside of Russia, then the military registration and enlistment office does not know about you and cannot call you anywhere. Only if you don't show up.

    Article 59 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation

    1. Defense of the Fatherland is a duty and duty of a citizen of the Russian Federation.

    2. A citizen of the Russian Federation bears military service in accordance with federal law.
  5. Alexander K_2 Offline Alexander K_2
    Alexander K_2 (Alexander K) 29 January 2022 19: 19
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    Is the deputy himself ready to defend Russia?