Crimea was banned from leaving the peninsula without the permission of the Military Registration and Recruitment Agency

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Peter Kavinsky

Residents of occupied Crimea who wish to leave the peninsula must obtain permission from the Russian military commissariat in their place of residence.

Ukrinform reported this with reference to Radio Liberty’s project “Crimea. Realities“.

“A citizen must submit an application to the military commissariat, write an application or submit an appropriate document. Furthermore, the military registration and enlistment office will consider and give permission to leave, if there are circumstances to do so. For example, there is a need to leave for work, study or treatment,” said Viktor Fesenko, the so-called “head” of the Russian service for mobilization work and territorial defense of Crimea.

He added that if it is impossible to find a person to carry out the subpoena, he will be contacted by phone.

“There is a citizen’s cell phone that they can use to call him. After the call, the citizen is obliged to come to the military recruiting office and find out the essence of the call,” Fesenko said.

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At the same time, Oleg Kryuchkov, an adviser to the Russian head of Crimea, stated on September 22 regarding Fesenko that “departure from Crimea is not prohibited”.

On September 21, against the background of the announcement of partial mobilization in Russia, the Russian “authorities” of the temporarily occupied Crimea and Sevastopol announced the creation of draft commissions. Earlier, Kremlin-controlled Crimea “chairman” Sergei Aksyonov said he had already sent 1,200 “volunteers” to mainland Ukraine and was preparing two more battalions.

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According to human rights activists, about 5,000 residents of the annexed Crimea have received a subpoena since September 21. It was reported about the dispatch of mobilized in Yalta, Feodosia, Kerch, Leninsky district of Crimea.

According to the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office, Russia has conducted 15 illegal conscription campaigns in the Russian armed forces in Crimea since 2015. Human rights activists call the conscription of citizens of Crimea and Sevastopol in the Russian army a violation of international law.

Peter Kavinsky

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