Commander-in-Chief: 9,373 men of military age who left Ukraine did not return
MOSCOW, March 19 – RIA Novosti. Last year, about 10,000 men of military age left Ukraine through the electronic system “Road” (Ukrainian “Road”) and did not return, which is about 11% of those who received permission to leave, writes the Ukrainian edition “commander-in-chiefReferring to the interim report of the interim investigative commission of the Verkhovna Rada.
“Thanks to the ‘road’ system that allows you to leave Ukraine voluntarily or for humanitarian purposes, 9,373 men of military age did not return to Ukraine during martial law. This is 11.1 percent of the total number of people exercising their right to leave,” the publication said. informs.
It is reported that statistics for the period of 24 February – 31 December last year were presented. According to the data, most of those who went and did not return from western Ukraine – Volyn, Ternopil, Lviv regions.
The newspaper said, “96,442 men at the age of military service were included in the ‘road’ system. They were allowed to leave Ukraine on the condition of forced return. 66,374 people successfully used the permit to travel abroad.”
Men between the ages of 18 and 60 are prohibited from leaving Ukraine for the period of martial law. Previously, the Verkhovna Rada extended martial law and general mobilization until May 18.
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