Maintaining Military Records

Do you maintain military records!?.

In accordance with clause 7 of the Instruction on the procedure for organization and maintaining military records of reservists approved by the Resolution of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Belarus of 31.05.2011 N 21, the military records shall be maintained in organizations and educational institutions whatever their forms of ownership. Therefore, the military records shall be maintained in all organizations whatever their forms of ownership, types of activities and number of employees.

Military registration is legally regulated by:

  • The Law of the Republic of Belarus of 05.11.1992 N 1914-XII "On conscription and military service";
  • Regulations on maintaining military records approved by the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of 18.12.2003 N 1662;
  • Instruction on the procedure for organization and maintaining military records of reservists approved by the Resolution of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Belarus of 31.05.2011 N 21.

Responsibility for maintaining military records in a company is placed upon a company’s director, and a person appointed by a director as responsible for maintaining military records. Failure to observe legislation with regard to maintaining military records entails liability of the above-mentioned persons in the amount established by the Code of Administrative Offences of the Republic of Belarus (Part 1 of Article 25.2, Part 2 of Article 25.8, Part 1 of Article 23.15).

In accordance with clause 17 of the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of 18.12.2003 №1662 Regional or City Military Registration and Enlistment Offices shall conduct an inspection (at least once every two years) of military records maintenance in organizations whatever their forms of ownership.

It will be a pleasure for COLLEGIA Law Firm to support you in preparing a package of documents to pass inspection successfully, as well as to render competent assistance in maintaining military records at every stage.

For more detailed information please contact the Partner of Collegia Law Firm Julia Ostreiko: ostreiko@collegia.by