Defense Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Reznikov assessed the mobilization needs of the Armed Forces, APA reports citing Ukrinfo.
According to him, the General Staff still needs people, Reznikov stated this in an interview with Liga.net.
The mobilization plan, approved at the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, has not yet been completed, he said.
"However, the General Staff still needs people. It (the General Staff – ed.) knows exactly the number of drivers, riflemen, cameramen, artillerymen, and snipers needed. The General Staff defines the tasks for military commissariats: the plan and categories of specialists," the minister explained.
Reznikov explained that the Ministry of Defense only controls the mobilization process and plans to turn paperwork in military commissariats into a digital product.
"We have this product it has been developed. We have just not managed to implement it fully. This will be one of Vitaliy Deynega's challenges," the minister added.