What responsibilities do civilians have in the process of recruitment registration and the implementation of military recruitment for the obligatory service? Civilians are obliged to present themselves in the commissariats where they are registered (or their local commissariats if not registered), for the recruitment registration, as well as the military recruitment for the obligatory service. After the draft declaration for the obligatory military service all pre-draftees are compelled to present themselves in the commissariats where they are registered, within the fixed period specified in the notification. Civilians who were discharged from their military duty and registered in the reserve are required to present themselves within seven days in the commissariat where they are registered (or their local commissariat if not registered), for the recruitment registration process. Upon moving out from the location near the commissariat where a pre-draftee is registered (or simply moving out if one is not included in the registration), the pre-draftee is required to present himself within seven days in the new commissariat located near his place of residence. People who have been convicted and sentenced to imprisonment during their military service are required to present themselves, within a period of seven days after their release from prison, in the commissariat where they are registered (or their local commissariat if not registered). Pre-draftees are obliged to inform the commissariats where they are registered (or local commissariats if not registered) about their health conditions, family status, registration location, education, working place and changes in position.

Civilians are obliged to present themselves in the commissariats where they are registered (or their local commissariats if not registered), for the recruitment registration, as well as the military recruitment Continue Reading →

What are the duties of the state and local self-government authorities of the Republic of Armenia in the process of recruitment registration and the implementation of military recruitment for the obligatory service?

Regardless of their organizational and legal form, company and academic institution officials of state and local self-government authorities are compelled to: Maintain a register of conscripts in a timely and Continue Reading →

What are the duties of diplomatic and consular authorities of the Republic of Armenia in the process of recruitment registration and the implementation of military recruitment for the obligatory service?

The diplomatic and consular authorities of the Republic of Armenia are compelled to: Upon the basis of information received from the military commissariat of the Republic of Armenia, deliver a Continue Reading →

What are the duties of the police authority of the Republic of Armenia in the process of recruitment registration and the implementation of military recruitment for the obligatory service?

The police authority of the Republic of Armenia is compelled to: Give or replace the passports of pre-draftees (except for pre-draftees residing in foreign countries who are registered in the Continue Reading →

What are the duties of civil registration authorities of the Republic of Armenia in the process of recruitment registration and the implementation of military recruitment for the obligatory service?

Within a period of one week, the civil registration authorities are compelled to inform the corresponding military commissariats about the changes registered in the civil acts, on the name, surname, Continue Reading →

What are the duties of the investigative agencies and correctional facilities of the Republic of Armenia in the process of recruitment registration and the implementation of military recruitment for the obligatory service?

Within a period of a week, investigative agencies are obliged to notify the military commissariats about the charges held against their draftees and the courts are brought to brief them Continue Reading →