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Russians flee their country after calls for military mobilization and long traffic jams on the border |  Currently

Russians flee their country after calls for military mobilization and long traffic jams on the border | Currently

A day after its release Partial packing In Russia, the crowds at the borders with neighboring countries have increased. International media reported that there were long queues at Russia’s borders with Georgia and Mongolia on Thursday. Earlier, the Finnish border guard reported that the number of Russians on the border “visibly increased”.

According to the Kremlin, this is an exaggeration and indisputable mass exodus at the borders and at the airports. But on the Russian border with Georgia, the BBC “Kilometers” of traffic jams and waiting hours. Georgia is one of the few countries neighboring Russia that Russians can enter without a visa.

Eyewitnesses say the border with Mongolia is “flooded” with traffic Watchman.

According to the Finnish border guard, he was “exceptionally busy” at the border crossings with Russia on Thursday. Finland will also remain open to Russians for now, although they need a visa. The country is considering stricter visa rules.

The Baltic states have almost completely closed their borders and do not want to receive the fleeing Russians.

The price of flights from Russia has risen

Russian President Vladimir Putin called 300,000 reservists to fight in Ukraine on Wednesday.

Almost immediately, the prices of airline tickets that allow Russians to leave the country rose. Many flights to destinations such as Istanbul, Dubai, Belgrade and Baku are fully booked. And a number of German ministers indicated, Thursday, that the country would receive fugitives from the Russians.

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