Verkhovna Rada may consider mobilization law at the next session

Source: Verkhovna Rada speaker Rusaln Stefanchuk

According to the Verkhovna Rada chairman Ruslan Stefanchuk, the draft law on mobilization may be submitted for consideration at the next meeting of the parliament.

‘This draft law has already been discussed in the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada, and now a comparison table is being prepared for the second reading. I really hope that at the next meeting of the Verkhovna Rada this draft law will be considered,’ he said.

It was also reported that the Verkhovna Rada adopted a draft law on the creation of an electronic cabinet for conscripts and a draft law providing guarantees for military personnel.

‘Now we are working on the fourth bill. These are changes to the law on mobilization, which will clearly establish the criteria of justice regarding the fulfillment by citizens of Ukraine of their duty to defend the Homeland,’ Stefanchuk explained.

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