Kremlin says partial call-up in Russia completed, decree still valid for other purposes
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decree on the nationwide partial mobilization is still in effect because it stipulates not only a required number of reservists during the call-up stage, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday, TASS reports.
"The call-up stage within the partial mobilization was conducted until the required number [of reservists] was drafted…, and this objective was achieved, meaning that the call-up of citizens was halted, that is, completed," he said in response to a question during his news briefing on why the presidential decree on the countrywide partial mobilization was still in force.
However, Peskov continued, "besides the call-up of citizens for military service, the partial mobilization included other measures as well, which are necessary to meet the objectives of the armed forces. It all concerns the implementation of duties of military servicemen," as well as the implementation of a classified provision of the decree on the partial mobilization and so forth.
"We have some work to do in this sphere," Peskov added having refused to dwell on details of the classified provision on the Russian president’s decree on the partial mobilization.
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