Putin ordered the special services to take a vacation until April 15 for the army and volunteers.
MOSCOW, March 16 – RIA Novosti. Russian President Vladimir Putin has instructed the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Emergencies, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the special services to give the army and volunteers of the special military operations at least six times a minimum of 14 days. The months until April 15 follow from the list instructionsPublished on the Kremlin website.
“The Russian Ministry of Defense, the Russian Guard, the Russian Ministry of Emergencies, the Russian Federal Security Service, the Russian Federal Security Service, the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, military personnel, special ranks, members of voluntary formations participating in a special military operation, the time required to commute to the place where the vacation will be used They are separated for at least 14 days at least once every six months.
The report was requested to be submitted by April 15, 2023. Heads of relevant departments – Sergei Shoigu, Viktor Zolotov, Alexander Kurenkov, Alexander Bortnikov, Dmitry Kochnev and Vladimir Kolokoltsev – were appointed in charge.
Earlier on February 21, Putin said in his speech to the Bundestag that all Russian military personnel, including volunteers participating in a special operation, will take 14 days off every six months.
According to Putin, the need for such a permit is due to the fact that the service in the NVO region is associated with “enormous physical, psychological stress, daily risk to health and life.”
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