After Russian President

Vladimir Putin

announced partial mobilization,

Russians began to flee the country en masse


The Russian publication "Meduza", citing a source close to the Kremlin, reports that

there are no plans to close the borders yet, but the situation may change under certain conditions



restrictions for men are not planned to be introduced until the end of the so-called "referendums"

in the Ukrainian territories occupied by the Russian Federation.

The decision to close the borders

can be made "if there is a mass exodus"


It is reported that the

situation depends on the assessment of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, special services and law enforcement agencies, as well as Vladimir Putin himself

, who is sure that the "referendums" and mobilization will be carried out as soon as possible.

We will remind, after the announcement by the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin of partial mobilization , protests broke out

throughout the Russian Federation


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