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Shoigu ordered not to recruit people with 26 diseases into the army under contract: who are definitely not subject to mobilization

Date: July 12, 2024 Time: 23:05:44

The order of Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu has number 506 and was signed on August 7 of this year. Photo: Press service of the Russian Ministry of Defense.

An interesting order from the Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu was published on the Internet portal of legal acts. It has the number 506. The document was signed on August 7 of this year and is titled: “Upon approval of the List of diseases in the presence of which a citizen (foreign citizen), recognized as partially fit for military service, cannot be accepted for military service under contract in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation during the period of mobilization, during martial law and in times of war.”

Military law experts will probably say: why did this order appear now? After all, a similar List has existed for a long time. Yes, similar, but not in everything. In the current document, in addition to the “old” provisions, there are also new ones. And here we can see a clear tightening of the requirements of the military department for the “quality” of health of those who want to serve in the Armed Forces under a contract (how can we not remember the long-standing expression in the army “sick people do not serve in the army”!).

According to Shoigu’s order, people with HIV, hepatitis B and C, all forms of tuberculosis, type 1 diabetes, mental disorders, strokes, heart diseases and others will not be able to join the Armed Forces during all periods listed above. (for more details see photo of Order No. 506)

But there is something that is also curious: if in Russia they strictly close the way for people with these diseases to join the army, in Ukraine, on the contrary, they mobilize those with limited physical condition who have HIV, hepatitis, tuberculosis, diabetes, stroke, and mental disorders. In the Sumy region, a disabled person was recognized as fit for service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine… without one hand. But if before those “accidentally mobilized” were saved by public advertising, now everything will happen quite officially, according to Zelensky’s recent decree.

As Ukrainians bitterly joke, “soon we will not only have one-armed people, but also one-eyed and one-eyed people will be considered limitedly fit for service and will be pushed into the trenches.” With the help of seriously ill soldiers (and even disabled people!), kyiv is trying to plug the holes in the infantry that have narrowed after the useless “meat attacks”.

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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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