In the Kosino-Ukhtomsky district of Moscow, employees of the State Budgetary Institution Zhilischnik, together with the police, without presenting documents, break the vestibule doors on the landings of residential buildings in order to hand over summonses to the military registration and enlistment office to residents. This was reported by the Moscow City Duma deputy Yevgeny Stupin.
“Some residents have already heard threats to cut off the electrical wires from the apartment if the men do not open the door,” he said.
On the eve of Baza, citing sources, it was reported that in the departments of the Moscow Ministry of Internal Affairs, applicants, detainees and everyone who interacts with the police in any way are checked for fitness for military service, after which they are transferred to military registration and enlistment offices.
Mediazona also wrote that from today (September 27), employees of the MFC in the Moscow region were instructed to issue subpoenas to male visitors from 22 to 50 years old, with the exception of students who can confirm that they are studying.