In the nearly two weeks since the partial mobilization order was announced, more than 700,000 Russians have left the country, including 200,000 to Kazakhstan.

(Associated Press)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the launch of a partial mobilization order on the 21st of last month, triggering domestic unrest in Russia and many people fleeing. In the past two weeks after the partial mobilization order was announced, more than 700,000 people have left the country.

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, Putin signed a "partial mobilization order" on September 21, local time. The first batch of 300,000 people will be recruited into the war against Ukraine, although the authorities claim that only about 300,000 people who have served in the military or have served in the military will be recruited. There are more and more news that people with experience, but those who are not in the scope of mobilization, have also been drafted into the army. The chaos of the draft forced Putin to come forward to correct his mistakes, but it was still unable to slow down the wave of people fleeing Russia.

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Nearly two weeks after the partial mobilization was announced, some 700,000 people left Russia, including 200,000 for Kazakhstan, with senior Russian officials admitting it was impossible to calculate how many had left the country for tourism purposes.

Long before Putin's partial mobilization announcement, Rosstat reported that 419,000 people had left Russia this year through early September, double the number in the same period last year.