Amy staff with family difficulties can refuse overseas deployment

Provision is contained in the amendments of the army staff statute approved by Government on Wednesday. Army staff who are single parents, people who are the only providers for their family or with seriously ill spouses (incapacitation class I or II) may refuse to be deployed abroad. The same rule applies if either spouses, or two siblings, are supposed to go on mission at the same time or if one or both parents are disabled and cannot be cared for by another member of the family. The normative act approved by the Government on Wednesday also changes the age limit by which Interior Ministry and SPP staff may be active: 55 years for high-ranking officers, low-ranking officers, warrant officers and non-commissioned officers and 60 years for generals and admirals.

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