Servicemen from sixth wave of military draft will be demobilized in October
General Staff of the Armed Forces reported this at Facebook
Ukraine’s military management makes lists and schedules of demobilization of the servicemen drafted during the sixth wave of military draft (summer 2015). The demobilization will be conducted gradually, so as to avoid the decrease of combat effectiveness of the Armed Forces units.
‘If the operative picture does not change for the worse, we will send the President the respective draft document and start the demobilization process, under which most of the servicemen drafted during the sixth wave in 2016, will be demobilized,’ Volodymyr Talalay, the temporary acting deputy chief of the General Staff said.
The Defense Ministry so far has no intentions to announce the seventh wave of mobilization, since many servicemen willingly join the army as contract soldiers.
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