Ukrainians want to serve subpoenas via messenger
The Verkhovna Rada is considering delivering summonses to military conscripts via messengers to deal with bureaucratic issues.
Fedir Venislavskyy, an MP and a member of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security, Defence and Intelligence of Ukraine, said this during the telethon.
He noted that by the beginning of the full-scale invasion, the base of mobile numbers of men of conscription age was almost completely formed.
At the level of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security, Defence and Intelligence, we are considering improving the legislative basis for serving summonses, including the possibility of sending men subject to mobilisation a message to report to the recruitment centre using messengers, i.e. sending summonses online. We are now considering the possibility of eliminating the bureaucratic problems associated with this issue," Venislavskyy said.
According to him, sometimes there are problems with the delivery of summonses. This is because some men of conscription age belonging to the IDPs did not update their actual place of residence at the military enlistment office.
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