Conscripts can receive summons right on the beaches

Public places are all open to the public and can be places where citizens can be notified.

Humenyuk added that the summons is not a method of punishment / screenshot

Men can be served summonses on beaches, because they are public places.

“That is, public places are all open for joint visits, and citizens can be notified there. It is absolutely not excluded that there (on the beaches – ed.) as well,” said Nataliya Humenyuk, the spokesperson of OK “South”, reports “Public“.

Humenyuk added that the summons is not a method of punishment. Notices about military duty during mobilization are held in those places where there are citizens who are conscripted.

Summonses in Ukraine – details

Ignoring a summons during wartime in Ukraine provides for administrative and criminal liability.

There are stories on the network when, for example, a father with many children or a student is taken into service during mobilization in Ukraine. Lawyer Taras Nikyforchuk notes that it was at the beginning of the Great War, when people joined the army of their own free will.

Lawyer Taras Nikyforchuk reminded that conscripts in Ukraine can receive not only a summons, but also a notification. He explained the difference between the two documents.

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