Some went to Georgia, others – to Kazakhstan. Some have even made it to Kyrgyzstan.
After the announcement of partial mobilization, Russian bloggers decided to “temporarily leave the country.” How “temporarily” – is unknown.
Yesterday at the airport they noticed Yuri Khovansky, he flew to Kyrgyzstan. Not so long ago, he left the pre-trial detention center, where he was on suspicion of justifying terrorism, and now he has left the country.
Max Golopolosov, aka Max +100500. He moved to Kazakhstan:
But I got stuck at the Ilek checkpoint near Orenburg. There is a long line there now.
A certain Yulik also left his homeland – he went to Georgia with his girlfriend:
They decided to leave – their business. Perhaps none of the Fishkins knows them, but they are all millionaires, both in terms of wealth and the number of subscribers. In principle, none of them served and it is not clear why they started such a panic.
As for crossing the border, there are big problems now. They pass to Georgia through the Upper Lars checkpoint, next to it a mobilization point of the military registration and enlistment office will soon be deployed. And the security forces will check all those leaving the country with the mobilization lists. There are huge traffic jams on this section, people wait for several days and complain that the traffic jam can be bypassed by paying up to 150 thousand rubles.
And in Kazakhstan they said that they would return the dodgers to Russia. As the Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic Marat Akhmetzhanov stated:
“For extradition, it is necessary that a criminal case be initiated against a citizen. And also that he be put on the international wanted list, so that the act incriminated to him in Kazakhstan is also considered a crime.”
Also, the republican Ministry of Internal Affairs clarifies that since September 21, 98 thousand Russians have entered Kazakhstan. Of these, 64,000 citizens have already returned.
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