Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree on the preservation of jobs for mobilized citizens, the document will be published soon. The message was posted by the press service of the Cabinet.
The text says that the mobilized citizens will be able to keep the employment contract and later return to their previous place of work.
“According to the document, employment contracts with citizens called up for partial mobilization will be suspended, but not terminated. Their jobs will be saved."
The press service clarified that the decision applies to "legal relations that arose from September 21, 2022."
Military experts interviewed by The Insider argue that there will be no changes at the front due to Russian mobilization, there will simply be "more corpses." According to them, now Ukraine will have grounds to demand the introduction of new sanctions against Russia. Mobilization will also be a huge problem for the Russian economy, as the country will have to provide hundreds of thousands of troops, retired SBU Major General Viktor Yagun and military expert Sergei Grabsky said. The Institute for the Study of War (ISW), in turn, came to the conclusion that the mobilization announced by Putin will not deprive Ukraine of the opportunity to liberate most of the occupied territories in the winter.