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UPD: 12/23/2014 There will be three waves of mobilization. The first will start from January 20, - the Ministry of Defense. VIDEO
A new wave of mobilization will begin in Ukraine on January 20 and will touch about 50 thousand Ukrainians.
The press secretary of the Ministry of Defense Victoria Kushnir told this at a press briefing on Tuesday.
According to her, Minister Stepan Poltorak explained that the new wave of mobilization will be carried out taking into account the mistakes that were made during the previous waves.
"There will be three waves of mobilization. Mobilization will begin on January 20. About 50 thousand recruits will be called up," said Kushnir.
“The military specialists of the reserve will be mobilized first of all. The mobilized will undergo compulsory training at the bases of the Defense Ministry’s training centers, and the specialists will be retrained at higher educational institutions of the secondary educational institution,” she added.
Training mobilized will last 25 days, after which they will pass combat coordination in the units.
As you know, the secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Alexander Turchinov said earlier that next year three waves of partial mobilization were planned.
UPD: 12/23/2014 "Slaughter on the Maidan" (Maidan Massacre) - film-investigation, full version
“The Maidan Massacre” (Maidan Massacre) is an investigation film by an American director about the tragic events of the last Ukrainian winter “The Maidan Massacre”, which won the Grand Prix of audience sympathy at the XVIII International Film Festival in Siena, Italy.
UPD: 12/23/2014 State Budget 2015: revenues of 475.2 billion, expenses of 527.2 billion, a fall in GDP of 4.3%, inflation of 13.1%, the minimum wage of 1378 UAH and 2% of the tax on the purchase of currency
The Cabinet of Ministers proposes that the Parliament approve the state budget for 2015 with revenues of UAH 475.239 billion and expenditures of UAH 527.193 billion.
About it it is spoken in the bill No. 1000 finished by Cabinet of Ministers, registered in Rada on December 22
The state budget revenues are proposed to be set at 475.239544 billion hryvnias, including the revenues of the general fund - 452.771253 billion hryvnias and the revenues of the special fund - 22.468290 billion hryvnias.
The cost of the state budget is proposed to be set at 527.19394646 billion hryvnia, including the general fund - 502.936681 billion hryvnia and the special fund - 24.257264 billion hryvnia.
The Cabinet of Ministers proposes the Verkhovna Rada to approve the state debt in the amount of 68.3% of GDP and the state budget deficit of 3.7% of GDP in 2015. According to the draft state budget, the maximum amount of public debt at December 31, 2015 could be UAH 1 176.060356 billion.