Shoigu reported to Putin on the completion of mobilization, but the decree on it is still in effect - ForumDaily
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Shoigu reported to Putin on the completion of mobilization, but the decree on it is still in effect

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced that the planned number of reservists - 300 - was called up as part of the "partial mobilization", as described in more detail by the publication. Meduza.

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He reported this to Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting.

Shoigu clarified that the dispatch of those called up had also been completed, and no additional tasks were planned.

“Installed by you (addressing Putin - Ed.) the task - 300 thousand people - was completed. No additional tasks are planned,” Shoigu said. “In the future, the military commissariats will continue to recruit troops only by accepting volunteers and contractors.”

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Shoigu noted that 82 mobilized were sent to the site of the "special military operation" (as the Russians call the full-scale invasion of Ukraine - Ed.). And another 218 conscripts are being trained at training centers and training grounds.

During the "partial mobilization" announced on September 21, more than 1300 representatives of executive authorities at various levels, over 27 entrepreneurs were called up and sent to the troops. Moreover, another 13 Russians volunteered.

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Shoigu said that the average age of those called up was 35 years.

He noted that Russia had problems with the supply of mobilized, but now they are gone.

Putin, in turn, noted that difficulties were inevitable, since mobilization had not been carried out for a long time.

And although Shoigu said that the goals were achieved, the mobilization will officially end after Vladimir Putin signs the corresponding decree. He hasn't signed it yet.

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