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The Ministry of Defense told whether summonses will be served abroad

TCCs will not work abroad

The territorial centers of recruitment and social support of Ukraine (TCC and SP) will not work abroad. The idea of serving summonses outside the country seems unfeasible.

This was stated by the spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine Dmytro Lazutkin on Radio Liberty on April 25. "TCCs will not work abroad. The Ministry of Defense cannot comment on certain actions of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It (serving summonses abroad – Ed.) looks quite unrealistic," he said.

Lazutkin added that after the law on mobilization comes into force, men aged 18 to 60 in Ukraine and abroad will be able to update their military records within 60 days, including through an e-cabinet.

There is no need to travel to Ukraine to update the data, the spokesman explained.

"But if a person wants to defend his or her homeland, wants to join the Defense Forces, then, of course, it is worth coming to Ukraine... For those abroad, it will be possible to do this (update data – Ed.) at consular offices, as well as through an electronic cabinet," Lazutkin said.

The e-cabinet is supposed to be launched in June 2024, and the authorities are doing everything possible to make it happen.

"You will be able to upload information about yourself, and information from state registers will be pulled up there. Thus, the service will become more convenient for more citizens who are already accustomed to living with a smartphone, laptop, or tablet," the Defense Ministry spokesman said.

According to Lazutkin, the e-cabinet does not require passing a military medical examination – it is about updating data, including changes in residence, marital status, reservations, etc.

As reported by OBOZ.UA:

– On April 23, by order of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ukrainian consulates stopped providing services to men of military age abroad. The reason was to prevent evasion of military registration.

– Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that he had instructed to take measures to restore fair treatment of men abroad, as being there does not exempt them from the obligation to defend their homeland.

– The suspension of consular services will continue after the law on mobilization comes into force on May 18, but with new requirements and provisions, the Foreign Ministry said.

– The Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security said it could invite representatives of the Foreign Ministry for explanations.

– The European Commission said that there is no gender distinction in matters of temporary protection, but promised to take into account the announcement of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.

– The day before, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine banned the issuance of passports to men of military age abroad. From now on, passports for citizens of Ukraine and for traveling abroad are issued at the offices of the State Migration Service.

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