Mobilized from the Crimea and Sevastopol are preparing to be sent to the special operation zone

The reservists mobilized in the Crimea and Sevastopol are completing their training at local training grounds and are preparing to be sent to the combat zone. The fighters are planned to be delivered to the places of further service by the end of the week.

Mobilized from the Crimea and Sevastopol are preparing to be sent to the special operation zone
Source: EA Daily

A group of mobilized and trained reserve citizens, according to the authorities, was provided with everything necessary. It remains to issue bulletproof vests.

“The form was given to everyone. Everyone has a weapon. Equipment too.”

Recall, according to the Sevastopol government, until November 13, each mobilized and volunteer should receive a one-time payment in the form of two hundred thousand rubles.

At the end of September, the Sevastopol and Crimean fighters, who entered the 47th motorized rifle division, took the oath. Most of them were actually immediately directed to training and combat coordination.

As the governor of the hero-city Mikhail Razvozhaev stated, by the end of September Sevastopol coped with the mobilization task. In addition, the governor promised to personally monitor the fate and keep under control the conditions of service of each of the mobilized.

Meanwhile, the partial mobilization carried out on the peninsula, according to the Crimean Ministry of Industry, did not have a particular impact on the republican economy. According to the Acting Minister of Industrial Policy Elena Elekchyan, the indicators of industry and trade remain at the same level.

“The work of Crimean enterprises, companies and manufacturers has remained stable since September. Today they are increasing the pace of production and reorienting their activities to help the front. Many send humanitarian aid to military personnel and citizens of new regions of Russia,” the acting minister said.

They did not notice the impact of mobilization on staffing and large enterprises. As it turned out, according to the results of studies organized by the Russian Union of Industrialists, every second company has no doubts that economic indicators will remain unchanged in the future.

“Crimea is a hardened region. Since 2014, we have learned to live under sanctions, adapt to difficulties and help others. We have learned to improve labor productivity by any means. The ongoing events unite us even more and aim at a common desire for work and victory,” Elena Elekchyan added.

Recall that partial mobilization started in Russia by decree of President Vladimir Putin on September 21. The authorities guaranteed benefits to those who went to the special operation zone, support measures are also being developed for business. The amendments retained jobs for the mobilized, they were granted tax preferences, credit holidays, continued work of entrepreneurs, simplified the provision of notary services.

Already at the end of September, the authorities of the regions began to report in turn that they had completed the mobilization tasks. As Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported to the President, no additional mobilization tasks are planned. In the future, the troops will be staffed only by volunteers and contract employees.

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