Long queues at Russia’s borders as Vladimir Putin begins troop mobilisation in response to Ukraine’s fight back in war


Long queues have formed at Russia’s borders as men attempt to flee the country following President Vladimir Putin’s military call up for the war in Ukraine.

The President ordered a partial mobilisation of reserved forces on Wednesday which could see 300,000 people summoned to bolster Russia’s military. 

The announcement has prompted men of military age rushing to leave Russia, with thousands of draft notices already handed out across the country.  

At least 4,824 Russians had entered Finland via the eastern border on Wednesday, up from 3,133 last week, reported Reuters. 

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