From October 1, female doctors will be subject to mandatory military registration. However, unlike men, they do not plan to introduce restrictions on traveling abroad yet.
From October 1, female doctors will be subject to mandatory military registration. However, unlike men, they do not plan to introduce restrictions on traveling abroad yet. This was announced by the spokesman of the State Border Service, Andriy Demchenko, on a telethon.
He emphasized that, in accordance with applicable legislation, restrictions on the departure of Ukrainian citizens outside the country apply to men of military age - from 18 to 60 years. At the same time, the law provided for a number of conditions under which even they could leave the country.
As for women, their trips abroad are limited only by a government decree that applies to public officials and employees of a number of state institutions.
“If decisions are ever made regarding certain categories of restrictions on leaving Ukraine, it will be made clear who this applies to. However, at the moment, from October 1, the issue of limiting the departure of women who will perform military service is unresolved accounting has not been discussed yet,” assured the DPSU representative.
According to Demchenko, from October 1, women conscripts will be included in a separate accounting category and there will be no restrictions on their trips abroad.
In January, President Volodymyr Zelensky issued a decree prohibiting officials from traveling abroad for business purposes. Later, on the basis of this decree, an appropriate government resolution was adopted. It states that officers of state bodies, regardless of gender and suitability for military service, have no right to leave the state borders during martial law.
This rule applies to:
The exceptions are business trips, trips for treatment and visits of minor children.