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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The Central Bank and government Department was transferred to the wartime regime

The Russian defense Ministry announced that in the framework the President announced the sudden check of troops to participate in it will also be engaged in the Central Bank, the reserve and government departments.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

So, it is assumed that the individual units of the ministries of Finance, industry and trade, and communication will have to go to work “in wartime”.

They will be charged with the “mobilization deployment,” and “territorial defense in the area of responsibility”.

In addition to these events, the stock is now calling citizens, who are offered courses in military training and education in military specialties. There will also be checks on readiness of the mobilization conditions of the military industrial complex, located in the South of the Russian Federation: Ministry of defence about whether they will be able to quickly provide equipment to the troops.

Recall that, in addition to all these steps, the validation is concerned, in particular, and Chernomorskogo fleet, with air support “found” the submarine of the conditional opponent, which made diesel-electric ship “Rostov-on-don”.

The current exercises are held with the purpose of formation of the mobilization reserve, which can be used both during the war and in case of any emergencies and incidents. The corresponding order was signed by the President in July 2015.

Spot checks announced on Thursday, will last until August 31.


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