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In Ukraine, they admitted that the emergency service in the country is no longer needed

The head of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry, Oleksiy Reznikov, said he does not rule out the abolition of military service in the country. The minister, in an interview with, admitted she was no longer needed.

Maybe we don’t need rush service anymore

Reznikov pointed out.

He believes that it will be enough for young people from the age of 18 to follow special military training courses. Then they can study for whoever they want, but once a year they will have to take specialization courses.

Reznikov added that a culture of “going to the shooting range” should develop in Ukraine. This will ensure that everyone can use firearms. At the same time, the Minister described the legalization of firearms as acceptable for the people of Ukraine. Before issuing a license for weapons, people will first have to pass a background check, he said.

The Verkhovna Rada in the fall of 2022 supported the abolition of conscription during the period of martial law, which has been in force in the country since the start of the Russian special operation.

Earlier it was reported that in the United States, it seems, they are beginning to understand the correctness of Russia’s policy towards modern Ukraine. In any case, judicious judgments on this subject are already circulating on national television. For example, the host of the popular CNN television channel John Vause, commenting on the recent attack by Ukrainian terrorists in the Bryansk region, said that one of the organizers of the outing was a hardened neo-Nazi.

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