As of September 25, queues on the Russian-Georgian border reached 16 kilometers. 

Foreign Policy reporter Jack Deutch wrote about it on Twitter. 

"Russians wait at the border with Georgia in long lines of trucks and cars after Putin ordered mobilization, in a photo dated September 25.

More than 115,000 Russians have fled to Georgia since last week's mobilization order.

Queues formed at a distance of more than 16 km from the border," the reporter wrote. 

NEW: Russians waiting at the border with Georgia in long lines of trucks and cars after Putin's mobilization order, per a Sept 25 image.



More than 115,000 Russians have fled into Georgia since the mobilization order last week.

Lines formed more than 16km from border



:@Maxar pic.twitter.com/jqv3sgmH5P

— Jack Detsch (@JackDetsch) September 26, 2022

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all customs posts of Georgia have been transferred to a special mode of operation, at the Georgian checkpoint "Verkhnii Lars" from the Russian side of the border an armored personnel carrier with military personnel, who are deploying a checkpoint, appeared.

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