Reserve officers to be drafted into the army in Kazakhstan

According to the office of the country’s prime minister

This year Kazakhstan is going to conscript 190 reserve officers for two-year service in the army, the Interfax news agency reported.

On February 24 the office of the prime minister published this order on the official website. The document must enter into force ten days after the initial publication.

“To conscript reserve officers, who are fit for service but haven’t done it, into the two-year service in the army as officers,” the rule said.

As the document says, this year the government wants 190 reserve officers, including 150 reserve officers of the army and 40 reserve officers of the border guard service under the National Security Committee to join the army.

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