Russia does not plan to announce a second wave of mobilization in the near future. This was announced on Sunday, February 5, by Lieutenant-General Andrey Gurulev, a member of the State Duma Defense Committee of the Russian Federation.
“Today, our military-industrial complex supplies the group that is already performing a combat mission. Therefore, in principle, I do not see in the near future - somewhere for six months exactly - the possibility of any mobilization, - he said.
According to Gurulev, after mobilization it is necessary to provide the soldiers with everything necessary, including equipment. Now there is no need to tear Russians away from the production of products necessary for the country, Gurulev explained in an interview with the Transbaikalia TV channel.
Andrei Kartapolov, head of the State Duma Defense Committee, said that the deferment from mobilization for fathers with many children with children under 16 continues to operate in the country. According to the directive, men who have three children under the age of 16 are exempted from partial mobilization.
On September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on partial mobilization in the country. According to the document, only those citizens who are in the reserve, have served in the armed forces, and also have certain military specialties and relevant experience are subject to military service.