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Kiev Plans to Find Men Who Evaded Military Service in the Czech Republic

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Ukraine plans to seek extradition from partner countries of Ukrainian men who evaded military service by using forged documents. Davyd Arachamija, head of the ruling party’s parliamentary faction, Servant of the People, confirmed this, including the possibility of such actions in the Czech Republic.

“People who did this will face legal consequences, such as bribery charges, document forgery, and evasion of conscription,” stated Arachamija, as reported by the Suspilne news server. He acknowledged the challenge of locating Ukrainians who have already left the country but emphasized ongoing efforts to gather evidence for potential prosecution. Arachamija noted that it might take several months for authorities to assess these cases, as both sides could have violated the law if bribery was involved.

Partner or friendly states, those with whom Kiev has active international legal cooperation, including the Czech Republic, can be approached by Ukrainian authorities for the extradition of these individuals, the MP affirmed.

In a related development, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced a review of decisions made by military medical assessment commissions regarding the disability and ineligibility of Ukrainian citizens for military service starting from February 24, 2022, after a meeting of the Ukrainian Security Council.



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