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In 34 Russian regions, subpoenas were delivered to military registration and enlistment offices

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Pavel Chikov, director of the Agora law firm, announced on his Telegram channel that subpoenas were being distributed to residents of 33 regions of the Russian Federation. The military commissariats explain that the purpose of the events is to clarify the data. Officially, the chiefs of only a few regions have announced the distribution of subpoenas.

“This is not yet the second wave of mobilization. It is possible that at present, the military registration and enlistment offices will update the information to replenish the unified electronic database of conscripts. Let me remind you that the last training camp took place in February 2022, but was quickly canceled,” writes the lawyer.

According to the jurist, subpoenas for military training can only be issued after a presidential decree, but such a decree has not yet been issued.

Subpoenas are sent to the following regions of the Russian Federation:

Altai Territory Belgorod Region Voronezh Region Kaluga Region Kabardino-Balkar Republic Kabardino-Balkar Republic Krasnoyarsk Territory Lipetsk Territory Murmansk Region Moscow Penza Region Tatarstan Republic Chuvash Republic Sverdlovsk Region Tyumen Region Ulyanovsk Autonomous District of Khanty-Mansis Autonomous Republic of Yamalo-Nenets District Mari El Perm Territory Saratov region Nizhny Novgorod region Omsk region Arkhangelsk region Tambov region Tver region Vladimir region St. Petersburg Republic of Komi Moscow region Republic of Dagestan Leningrad region Jewish Autonomous Region

Earlier, Glavny Regionalny wrote that Russian conscripts from the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug began to receive subpoenas from the military registration and enlistment office. Is a signal for the possible imminent start of the second wave of mobilization in Russia – answered in the structure of the army.

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