Putin signed a decree on conscription for military training of Russians who are in reserve
On May 10, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an annual decree on conscription for military training of Russian citizens who are in reserve. The document was published on the official portal legal information.
In accordance with Laws No. 61-FZ “On Defense” and No. 53-FZ “On Military Duty and Military Service,” the head of state decided to call up Russians in the reserve in 2023 to undergo military training in the RF Armed Forces, National Guard troops, bodies of state protection and bodies of the federal security service. Putin instructed the government of the Russian Federation and the executive authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation to ensure the implementation of the necessary measures.
Military training of reservists is a planned event and takes place in Russia every year. The corresponding decree is signed by the president, and on the basis of this document, the Russian Defense Ministry prepares a directive for regional military registration and enlistment offices.
As a result, summons come to the citizens who are in reserve. Summons to reservists can come with a frequency of once every three years. The duration of the fees does not exceed two months. On average, the call of “reserves” occurs once a year.
Updated at 17:08