Transcarpathians, do you questions about the mobilization? Ask here!
Recently, representatives of the press group of the Transcarpathian Regional Military Commissariat took a series of measures aimed at reducing tension among residents of Transcarpathian region associated with the spread of rumors to destabilize the situation in the region.
First and foremost, they established cooperation with Uzhgorod National University - many young people of our region study in this university, and they must understand the socio-political situation in the region.
They also distributed leaflets in hospitals, some supermarkets and shopping centers.
Announcements were aired on some Transcarpathian TV channels, printed in major newspapers and were announced on the radio in our region.
Until the completion of activities related to the third wave of mobilization, all the necessary information will be spread - both through the media and through information booths that will be placed at bus stops, information corners and other places where people can get necessary information and to see how must the mobilization must take place, who can be mobilized and where to go if you witnessed illegal acts associated with the activities for partial mobilization in the region.
At the Transcarpathian regional military commissariat, an advisory body was established - one of the tasks of which is to fight against enemy propaganda in our region.
Phone numbers of all necessary services will be posted on city lights in different parts of Uzhgorod.
Once again we remind you these numbers:
MIA Office - (0312) 61-25-11;
Security Service of Ukraine - (0312) 61-31-00;
HOTLINE OF THE RSA ON MOBILIZATION ISSUES
daily from 6 to 22.
0 800 501 484
Regional Military Commissariat - (0312) 67-20-67;
Chop Border Guard Detachment 71-13-86, 71-13-22;
Mukachevo Border Guard Detachment - (0231) 2-25-21
Also Uzhgorod.in reminds that the formation of the First reserve battalion of the Volunteer Ukrainian Corps in Transcarpathia continues.