Representatives of the Novosibirsk State Technical University said that some university students were summoned to the military registration and enlistment office “to update the data”. On this subject informed publication “Rise” in reference to the press service of the university.
“I think if they are going to update the information, it does not mean that they will be brought to serve. We comply with federal law. We are obligated to inform students of all the requirements of the military registration and enlistment office: come to update the data, extend the deadline. This is planned work, I don’t understand what the essence of all the experiments is, ”said the university representative.
NHS March 15 edition reportedthat several students received notices from the university stating that they were to receive within three days a summons to the military registration and enlistment office in one of the departments of the university.
University Press Service notedthat 32 out of 13,000 students received subpoenas. The university added that these subpoena notices are sent “annually and regularly.”
Similar notifications began to be received by students of the Moscow Institute of Electrical Engineering, who are invited to the editorial board for a summons, informed “Watch out, Moscow”.
Over the past few days, military commissariats have started issuing summonses to 40 regions of Russia, informed head of the international human rights group “Agora” Pavel Chikov. People are called to the military enlistment office to clarify data about them or to invite them to military training camps. In the Kremlin spokethat this is “common practice” and that the authorities are not discussing a new wave of mobilization in Russia.
In February, the Russian authorities prepared a test version of the database, which will contain detailed information on persons liable for military service. How spoke sources of the Explanatory Note (Faridaily project), the database was created in order not to send summons to the dead and to quickly close the border to the deviants.