Posted 14 марта 12:46
Published 14 марта 12:46
Modified 14 марта 13:05
Updated 14 марта 13:05
This is reported by RBC with reference to the data of the republican government.
"Since the issues are within the competence of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, a corresponding appeal was sent to the leadership of the department from the head of the Republic of Mordovia Artyom Zdunov", - is said in the message.
The regional authorities stated that they had also established "constant contact with the servicemen from Mordovia participating in the SMO and their family members".
Earlier it became known that the mobilized from Mordovia posted in The network filed a complaint addressed to Russian President Vladimir Putin, in which it was reported that after mobilization they were sent to the front line "without proper preparation". They expressed dissatisfaction with the fact that their regiment was "disbanded", after which the personnel were "seconded to the Luhansk military", while changing their military specialties and not providing the necessary weapons.
After that, the region promised to respond to the complaint "within the existing powers".
Previously, complaints of violation of rights were received from mobilized from Samara and Irkutsk regions, Tuva and Tatarstan. Some complained about violations in the document management of the mobilized, others — about the lack of proper training, others — about bullying, beatings and, in their opinion, illegal movements to the front line as "expendable material", without any artillery support.
In all cases, the regional authorities reported on the actions taken to verify the reports of the mobilized, but in some cases reports came that a number of complaints were allegedly "not confirmed".