Almost 14 days after the announcement of the so-called "partial" mobilization by the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, up to 700,000 people left Russia, 200,000 of them went to Kazakhstan.

This was reported by Forbes.

"Almost 1 million people have left Russia since the beginning of the mobilization. Another interlocutor in the presidential administration clarified that it is about 600,000 - 700,000 Russians. At the same time, it is not possible to calculate the number of those who left the country for tourist purposes." , - said the source with reference to interlocutors in the Kremlin and the administration.

The longest queue of fugitives from mobilization formed at the Verkhniy Lars checkpoint on the Russian-Georgian border.

There, people stood in line for 4-5 days, often without food or water.

We will remind you that in the Kherson region, the occupiers killed a couple who support Ukraine.

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