The Managerial staff of the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription received the citizens in Sabirabad and Shirvan

The Managerial staff of the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription received the citizens in Sabirabad and Shirvan

According to the instructions of Ilham Aliyev, the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, and the reception schedule of citizens by the central executive bodies, chiefs of other organizations and their deputies in cities and regions in January 2020, Lieutenant-General Arzu Rahimov, Chief of the…

Tarix: 2020-01-16 14:06:52

According to the instructions of Ilham Aliyev, the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, and the reception schedule of citizens by the central executive bodies, chiefs of other organizations and their deputies in cities and regions in January 2020, Lieutenant-General Arzu Rahimov, Chief of the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription (SSMC), held reception of citizens from Sabirabad and Saatli regions in Sabirabad on January 16.

Prior to the reception, Lieutenant-General Arzu Rahimov, the Chief of the Service, and Siragaddin Jabbarov, the Head of Sabirabad District Executive Power visited and laid flowers to the monument to the Nationwide Leader Heydar Aliyev.

The appeal and suggestions of each citizen were heard to during the reception.

On the same day, Major-General Mayil Shahverdiyev, Deputy Chief of the Service, received the citizens from Hajigabul, Kurdamir and Shirvan districts in Shirvan.

Appeals of 22 citizens were heard at the receptions by the Managerial Staff of the service. Citizens' appeals were mainly related to the actual military service or their employment, the determination of the place of military service of their children, and as well as other issues.

The citizens expressed their gratitude for advantages of more comfortable and convenient conditions for their reception and consideration of their appeals and thanked to the Head of our State for the attention and care provided for the inhabitants of the region.

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