MOSCOW, September 30 – Novosti. A special support center for relatives of Muscovites called up for partial mobilization into the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation has been created in the capital, it will begin work on Saturday, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said in a personal blog on Friday.
“We decided to create a special support center for relatives of Muscovites called up for mobilization into the Armed Forces. We understand that this will seriously change the whole way of life of the family. So that husbands and fathers can be calm for their loved ones, Moscow will provide them with assistance and protection” – wrote Sobyanin.
The mayor noted that from Saturday, relatives of those called up can apply to a special center located on Sergiy Radonezhsky Street , building 1, building 1, on the territory of the My Career employment center.
“We will help, if necessary, to place children in kindergartens and schools, provide targeted social assistance, identify disabled relatives in stationary social service institutions, help find work. And we will not wait until they turn to us for help. In the coming days, we will organize work on a proactive we will be in constant contact with the families of those called up for service. They, like no one else now, need support from both city services and Muscovites,” he added.
By decree of President Vladimir Putin , a partial mobilization has been announced in Russia since September 21. According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu , it is needed to control the 1,000-kilometer line of contact and the liberated territories in Ukraine . During the mobilization, a total of 300,000 reservists will be called up, which is just over 1% of the total mobilization resource of the Russian Federation.