Who can be mobilized in Russia
In connection with the Ukrainian special operation in Russia, they are increasingly talking about mobilization. A number of deputies and officials stated the need to take such measures in order to achieve the goals of the NWO as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, mobilization is possible if the country is in a state of war. Thus, for its introduction, a special operation needs to be translated into a different format.
Military registration in Russia consists of citizens who have served in the army or studied at universities with a military department, as well as employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the TFR, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the FSB and other law enforcement agencies. Persons over the age of 27 who did not serve in the Russian Armed Forces are in the reserve.
At the first stage of mobilization, all citizens registered with the military receive a summons about the need to appear at the military registration and enlistment office.
Mobilization in Russia is regulated by the Laws "On Defense", "On Mobilization Training and Mobilization in the Russian Federation", and "On Martial Law".
Potentially, citizens of the Russian Federation in the reserve who do not have the right to deferral, that is, men from 18 to 50 years old who have a military ID and who fall under categories A (valid), B (valid with minor restrictions) and C ( limited fit).
Those who are in reserve are divided into three categories. The first includes soldiers, sailors, sergeants, warrant officers and warrant officers under the age of 35, junior officers under the age of 50, majors, lieutenant colonels, captains of the 2nd and 3rd ranks under the age of 55. In addition, the first category of those in the reserve includes colonels, captains of the 1st rank under the age of 60 and senior officers under the age of 65.
The second category includes soldiers, sailors, sergeants, warrant officers and midshipmen under the age of 45, as well as all of the above military men five years older than the specified age.
The third category of persons in the reserve includes soldiers, sailors, sergeants, warrant officers and warrant officers under the age of 50, junior officers under the age of 60, majors, lieutenant colonels, captains of the 2nd and 3rd rank under the age of 65 years. Theoretically, the youngest servicemen may be the first to be mobilized.
Earlier, the head of the State Duma Defense Committee Andrei Kartapolov said that the introduction of general mobilization in Russia is not planned.