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Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine extended martial law and general mobilization. During this period, the ban on travel abroad for men aged 18-60 continues to apply. It also applies to those who are limitedly fit for military service.
The lawyer Bogdan Peresada gave an explanation on this matter on the website b2bconsult.ua.
He answered the question of a Ukrainian if he could leave abroad, having a temporary certificate of a person liable for military service, which indicates that he was recognized as partially fit for military service on the basis of c. II Art. 54 "b". The date of the repeated medical examination is not noted in it.
"Unfortunately, the presence in the military registration document of an entry that a person is limited fit for military service does not give the right to travel abroad. That is, the status of "limited fit" is not a reason to travel abroad during martial law", the lawyer replied.
He added that a Ukrainian, recognized as partially fit, is subject to conscription during mobilization.
This is also confirmed by the border service.
"Ukrainian male citizens aged 18 to 60 who have military registration documents for the TCC and SP with a mark/entry " “unfit for military service in peacetime, limited fit in wartime” – do not have the right to travel outside Ukraine“, the border guards noted, writes Apostrophe.ua.
Prepared by: Sergey Daga