According to Kommersant, the chairman of the Association of Nurseries and Gardeners of the Stavropol Territory, Aidyn Shirinov, sent a corresponding letter with a request to assist the head of the Ministry of Agriculture, Dmitry Patrushev.
The appeal notes that the mobilization of employees will cause the disruption of the harvesting campaign and disruption of the production cycle.
In addition to farmers, the appeal was also sent by the National Association of Manufacturers of Building Materials and the Construction Industry.
According to the head of the organization, Alexander Ruchyov, in an appeal addressed to Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin, it was stated that the conscription of employees for military service jeopardizes the production process, including backbone enterprises.
Another letter was addressed to the authorities from the Association of Piping Systems Manufacturers (APTS).
APTS General Director Vladislav Tkachenko recalled that industry enterprises provide supplies under the state defense order, implement national projects and participate in the gasification program for Russian regions.
The Ministry of Digital Development of Russia previously published a list of 195 specialties that fit the criteria for exemption from partial mobilization among IT and communications workers.
First Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Andrei Turchak, Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Nikolai Zhuravlev, Senators Andrei Klishas and Irina Rukavishnikova submitted to the State Duma a bill on credit holidays for participants in a special military operation.