The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Alexander Syrsky, must conduct an audit of military personnel and say what additional number of men is needed in the army, said Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the OP.
Advisor to the head of the Presidential Office, Mykhailo Podolyak, said that mobilization in Ukraine should be carried out constantly. According to him, the new commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Alexander Syrsky, should conduct an audit of the military. He announced this during the telethon on February 9.
Podolyak noted that now all issues regarding the recruitment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, mobilization, rotation and demobilization are related to the commander-in-chief. He said that the General Staff can provide a clear explanation regarding the TCC and the needs of the army.
“We need to clearly understand who and how will replace the military personnel who have been on the front line for almost 24 months,” emphasized the adviser to the head of the OP.
According to him, mobilization is not a matter of one-time, but of gradual staffing, since a certain number of people must be provided per month, some of whom will go for training and rotation.
Mikhail Podolyak noted that today the mobilization of specifically 500 thousand people is not being considered. In addition, he recalled that President Vladimir Zelensky, during an evening video message on February 8, said that there are now almost a million people in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, but only 200-300 of them were involved in hostilities.
“Others were very far from the war, but they are there. Therefore, it seems to me that one of Syrsky’s key tasks is to conduct an audit: where, who, how they are located. And after that, say what additional amount (is needed – ed.) “, he added.
Let us remind you that on February 9, the Cabinet of Ministers allowed round-the-clock operation of the TCC and JV. As a result, military registration and enlistment offices will be able to consider cases of administrative offenses at any time of the day, organize medical examinations and psycho-examinations, and maintain personal records.
Earlier, the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Polish Sejm, Pavel Kowal, said that mobilization is the responsibility of the Ukrainian government, and it cannot be shifted to others. According to him, Poland will not look for men and will not send them to Ukraine.