One of the first Russian deputies-volunteers was demobilized from the NVO zone
State Duma Deputy, Chairman of the Committee on Health Protection of the Lower House of Parliament Dmitry Khubezov was demobilized and left the zone of the special military operation (SVO).
This was announced by his fellow party member, Secretary of the General Council of United Russia Andrey Turchak in his Telegram channel.
According to Turchak, Khubezov left the NVO zone, as his short-term contract expired. The experience gained by Khubezov will be taken into account in the work of the State Duma.
“During these three months, Dima turned from a civilian into a real military surgeon. Learned a lot. I’ve been through and rethought a lot. I am sure that his experience and knowledge will be useful both in the committee and in our Working Group (Parliamentary Coordinating Group on NEE – approx. “Tapes.ru”), which he also joined,” Turchak said.
Dmitry Khubezov is one of the four deputies who were the first to go to the military registration and enlistment offices after the announcement of partial mobilization. In addition to Khubezov, Vitaly Milonov, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Family, Women and Children, Dmitry Sablin, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Defense, and Sergey Sokol, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Economic Policy, wished to conclude a contract.
On September 21, partial mobilization began in Russia. On October 28, its completion was announced. According to the decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin, military service contracts concluded by military personnel continue to be valid until the end of the partial mobilization period.