The military commissar of Derbent apologized for the loudspeakers on the cars
After criticism from the head of Dagestan, the military commissar of Derbent apologized for a car with a loudspeaker calling on all the men of the city to report to the military enlistment office
Head of the Military Commissariat of Derbent Farid Musaev apologized for the loudspeakers on the cars cars, from which calls were heard for all men to come to the military registration and enlistment office.
“I apologize for the incorrect information that was distributed through the loudspeakers today,”— he said. He asked the residents to remain calm and not panic.
Earlier, a video appeared on the networks, in which in Derbent a car of the local department of civil defense and emergency situations drives around the city and invites men to the military registration and enlistment office. The head of the press service of the city administration, Telman Radjabov, assured that this does not mean the mobilization of all men: the measure is due to the fact that it is difficult to find some of those liable for military service who need to hand over the summons at the place of registration.
The initiative of the local authorities was criticized by the head of Dagestan Sergey Melikov. At a meeting of the Security Council of the Republic, he showed a video and addressed the audience with the following question: “Tell me, what kind of idiots are these? “All male citizens must urgently arrive at the military commissariat, have a military ID with them.” What are you, morons?»
Melikov said that this is “the dissemination of fake information, for which criminal liability is provided.”
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