In Transcarpathia, the mobilization plan is fulfilled at 20%  3 February 2015 11:38  22190752 091726
In Transcarpathia, the mobilization plan is fulfilled at 20%

This was announced by the regional military commissar Ivan Vasyltsyun at the briefing in the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration.

Since only 9 days were provided for notification of persons subject to military service, not all persons, who have received calls, had time to undergo medical examination.  "The second factor inherent in Transcarpathia is that 75% of people subject to military service are working abroad. Not just because of mobilization, but because there is a demand in the labor market in Europe, and every year in January, a lot of Transcarpathians leave to work there" - Ivan Vasyltsyun said.

As of February 3, 1400 calls have been served in the region, one thousand young men repored to military commissariats. The mobilization plan has been fulfilled at 20%. The leaders are the city of Mukachevo and Mukachevo district - 28%.  Mountain districts have fulfilled the plan at only 15-17%.


66 Transcarpathians, including 4 women doctors, have come to the military commissariats as volunteers. 14 volunteers have already been dispatched to the army. 178 people have been sent to training centers for contract service.

 600 people have undergone military medical examination, 300 people have been found fit, 100 - unfit, the rest were sent for further medical examination.  Materials for 1861 persons subject to military service have been submitted to the police for search.

9 criminal proceedings for failing to report after receiving calls have been instituted. 6 village heads have been brought to administrative liability for failure to perform the mobilization plan. 

Tags: mobilization, ATO, war

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