Four State Duma deputies, including Milonov, asked to be sent to the special operation zone

Four State Duma deputies from United Russia, including Vitaly Milonov, asked to be sent to serve in the Special Military Operation Zone (SVO) in Ukraine as part of the Russian Armed Forces. This was announced today, September 23, by the Secretary of the General Council of the party, Senator Andrei Turchak in his Telegram channel.

“Statements of the first four deputies of the State Duma from United Russia with a request to send them to serve in the zone of a special military operation as part of the Armed Forces of Russia have been received by me and will be considered by the Ministry of Defense,” he wrote.

According to him, Vitaly Milonov, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Family, Women and Children, and Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Health Protection, addressed him. Dmitry KhubezovDeputy Chairman of the Defense Committee Dmitry Sablinas well as Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Economic Policy Sergei Sokol.

Earlier, Turchak noted that since September 21, when Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization, he “receives a stream of appeals from deputies of his faction in the State Duma and senators who want to go to the front.” As the politician emphasized, “in matters of protecting the Motherland, there can be no exceptions, for anyone, regardless of rank, merit and position.” “What is happening today concerns absolutely everyone. The desire to go to the front, postponing the deputy or senatorial mandate, ”Turchak said.

We add that on September 22, the speaker of the State Duma Viacheslav Volodin in his Telegram channel he wrote that “the deputies have no armor.” He said that “deputies Aladies Delimkhanov, Dmitry Sablin, Viktor Vodolatsky, Akhmed Dogaev and others”.

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