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DUSHANBE, 28 de septiembre de 2012, Asia-Plus - El 22 de septiembre, el presidente Emomali

Viceprimer Ministro, Sra. Ruqiya Qurbonova es el presidente de la

Tayikos jóvenes pueden evitar o posponer el servicio militar si están enfermos, estudiando



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DUSHANBE, September 28, 2012, Asia-Plus -- On September 22, President Emomali

Rahmon signed a decree on drafting young Tajiks into the country’s armed

forces from October through November 2012, the president’s official website


The draft affects able-bodied male citizens in the age bracket of 18 years

old to 27 years old, who are not members of the armed forces reserve. The

same decree provides for the retirement from active duty of soldiers and

sergeants whose service under conscription is over.

“Taking into consideration the specific character of service in the border

troops, the Ministry of Defense is to select conscripts for serving in the

border troops in cooperation with the security and interior bodies

immediately,” said the source. “The Ministry of Health is tasked to

provide specialists from medical facilities of Dushanbe to make medical

examination of conscripts for the districts subordinate to the center.”

Deputy Prime Minister, Ms. Ruqiya Qurbonova is the chairperson of the

republican commission for organization of the autumn conscription.

The commission met here yesterday to discuss issues related to work of local

authorities on fostering patriotism among Tajikistan’s youth and

organization of qualitative medical examination of draftees.

According to the Ministry of Defense, every year, some 15,000-16,000 young

Tajik men are drafted into the country’s armed forces. The two-month-long

effort seeking to enlist young men aged 18-27 for the two-year compulsory

military service takes place twice a year, in the spring and in the autumn.

Some sources say more than 600,000 young men in Tajikistan are eligible for

military service, but some 150,000 of them have received draft deferments or

are exempted from the military service and some 100,000 other conscript-age

young Tajiks are outside the country in search of a living.

Young Tajiks can avoid or postpone military service if they are ill, studying

at university, an only son, or if they have two children.

28/09/2012 10:49

Avaz Yuldoshev