June 23, 2024

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All persons liable for military service in Ukraine must appear at the military registration and enlistment office


To update the data, all persons liable for military service in Ukraine need to report to the territorial recruitment centers (TCC).

Vladimir Fityo, head of the press service of the Ground Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, announced this during the telethon:

“To be prepared to fulfill your constitutional duty, you must report to the Terrestrial Acquisition Center and update your credentials.”

He recalled the duty to defend the homeland enshrined in Art. 65 of the Constitution of Ukraine. Men aged 18 to 60 years old, as well as women liable for military service, such as doctors and pharmacists, need to report to the military registration and enlistment offices. Edition “Country” quotes Fityo:

“If there is any right to a deferment, provide it so that the resources that are there can be used correctly. A person who, according to the base, is liable for military service and is healthy, but has an illness, but did not report it, we do not know that the person is not may serve in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.”

As our publication previously reported, from October 1, those with a pharmacist or medical degree Ukrainian women are required to register for military service. The obligation to register for military service is imposed on women by two documents: Order of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine No. 35, as amended, and Article 1, paragraph 11 of the Law of Ukraine “On Military Duty and Military Service”. In accordance with them, women who are fit for military service by age (18-60), who have graduated from professional, vocational and technical institutions and universities, and have received a medical or pharmaceutical specialty, are subject to military registration. Women must independently appear at the military registration and enlistment office (territorial recruiting centers for the TCC) with documents.



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