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The Republic of Mari El has become the sixth region where subpoenas are issued to clarify data

The military commissariats of the Republic of Mari El distribute diaries “to clarify military registration specialties and streamline documents”, reported regional government press office. The republic has become the sixth Russian subject in which the distribution of subpoenas is officially discussed.

The administration of the head of Mari El stressed that “everything is going according to plan”. According to the press service, every year the Chief of the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces approves a military training plan with citizens in reserve.

“In recent years, for a number of reasons, including the pandemic, such gatherings have not really taken place,” the news service said in a statement.

Deputy head of the operational headquarters of Mari El Evgeny Kuzmin explained that “in order to train citizens in the reserve, this year the plan for conducting military training camps was approved on February 22 on the basis of the relevant decree of the President of the Russian Federation.”

Training camps for officers of military specialties will be held from March 17 to April 26 at the Kazan Higher Tank Command School.

“Citizens called up for military training will retain their jobs upon payment of an average salary, and all financial payments will be made in accordance with military rank and position,” the administration of the head of Mari El explains.

Lawyer Mikhail Romanov, a member of the Board of Lawyers and Companies, previously told RTVI what the summons to clarify the data obliges to do, what the failure to appear threatens and what it means to send to military training.

The distribution has already been discussed in the Voronezh Lipetsk, Penza, Yaroslavl regions, as well as in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug. On March 16, Pavel Chikov, head of the human rights group Agora*, said residents of 40 regions of the country were already receiving summonses. In his telegram channel he published a list of regions which he says will be completed. Chikov did not name the source of the data.

Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Defense Committee Yuri Shvytkin explained that the summons is the basis for arriving at the military commissariat, where they check the credentials of a citizen subject to military service, as well as the possibility to appoint a medical commission.

  • In 2014, a human rights organization called “Agora” was entered into the register of non-profit foreign agents, and in 2016 it was liquidated by a court decision. Currently, the International Human Rights Group “Agora” operates without constituting a legal entity

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