Currently, the mobilisation plans do not change, but its pace depends on the challenges from Russia and the situation at the front, said First Deputy Defence Minister Oleksandr Pavliuk during a telethon.
"So far, the mobilisation plans have not changed. Everything may depend on the challenges from Russia. It is the task of every man to defend his country, and we need to prepare and be ready for it," Pavliuk said.
According to him, Ukraine is doing "as much as possible" not to increase the pace of mobilisation. However, he noted, it all depends "on the aggressor and the situation at the front."
The Defence Ministry is working on additional opportunities for information interaction with existing state registries.
And the new Defence Minister Rustem Umerov intends to introduce an electronic military ID card and digitalise the military registration and enlistment office.