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KIEV, March 20. /TASS/. Demobilized Ukrainian servicemen may be again called up for military service again after six months, according to a new law adopted by the Verkhovna Rada (parliament), speaker of the general staff of Ukraine’s Security Service Vladislav Seleznev said on Friday.
"With the aim of increasing social security for servicemen, the Verkhovna Rada adopted a law on introducing amendments to some laws, that deal with upgrading certain issues of mobilization and social protection of citizens subjected to demobilization. Guarantees are established on postponing being called up for military service again for six months in case of new partial mobilization," Seleznev said.
Thus, servicemen who have returned home after demobilization may be called up for military service again in six months.
Earlier, demobilization was launched in Ukraine. "From March 18 to May 1, 35,300 servicemen will return home in the framework of demobilization," the speaker said.