Where to call for partial mobilization?

“In accordance with the decree of the President and on behalf of the Prime Minister, we will activate the hotline 122 to inform citizens on issues of partial mobilization. You can get reliable information about the partial mobilization not only through the hotline 122, but also through the government's official resource "Explaining.rf". Source of information: t.me/mod_russia Rate the material Истoчник aif.ru Useful links: Website Explaining.rf  (section "Partial mobilization")  Telegram channel Explaining.rf — Explaining.rf «Focus on official sources, do not trust rumors and unverified information»,— stressed Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko. Where else can you get reliable information about the partial mobilization of citizens? Governors help organize the work of local hotline operators, — Chernyshenko said. The service is deployed in all regions of the country and is ready to receive calls. He also added that the government collects and fixes the most frequently asked questions of citizens and, together with the Ministry of Defense, prepares answers to them, Chernyshenko added. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko. “Answers to newly received questions will be provided as they are worked out, », — said the Deputy Prime Minister. Plot RF special operation in Donbass and Ukraine To promptly resolve and clarify issues about partial mobilization, a unified call center service 122 was activated in Russia, which has proven itself well during the period pandemic COVID-19. The hotline began to work from September 22.