The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has Signed a decree according to which the Soldiers who are to be discharged, will be able to stay on active duty if you want.
"Military to be demobilized will be able to continue the service at will. Signed a corresponding decree, " wrote Poroshenko on the last working day of the week in his own microblog on Twitter.
The practice of recruitment of conscripts was abolished in Ukraine in 2013, when Kiev announced a course on the development of a professional contract army. Immediately after the start in April 2014 force special operation against dissatisfied with the coup d'etat of residents of Donbas, the then acting President of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov Signed a decree on the restoration of conscription. However, in 2014 the call for conscripts was never carried out, but it's been 3 waves of mobilization.
in 2015 also planned 3 waves of mobilization, two of them have been completed. In addition, this year Kiev resumed military service in the army. The Ukrainian authorities hope to hold the rotation among the security forces involved in special operations in the Donbass.