Mongolia denies queues of Russians at border

Mongolia denies queues of Russians at border
Mongolia denies queues of Russians at border

The Mongolian Foreign Ministry commented on reports in social networks about queues at the border crossing at the Russian-Mongolian border “Kyakhta” – “Altanbulag”. The ministry says there are no queues. The Kyakhta checkpoint is located in Buryatia.

“Today, the Altanbulag border crossing of the Selenginsky aimag is operating normally. There are no queues,” the Foreign Ministry told the Eagle news agency. The General Directorate of Border Protection confirmed this information.

Messages about queues at the borders with different countries appear against the background of the announcement by Russian President Vladimir Putin of partial mobilization. According to the law, after the announcement of mobilization, “it is forbidden to leave the place of residence” without the permission of the military commissars. At the same time, the head of the Federal Tourism Agency, Zarina Doguzova, reported that there were no restrictions on travel abroad in Russia under the conditions of partial mobilization on September 21. Andrei Kartapolov, head of the State Duma Committee on Defense, assured that there was no need to impose restrictions on exit from Russia and movement between subjects of the Russian Federation for citizens subject to partial mobilization.

For more information about possible restrictions, see Kommersant’s article “Get Up, Partial Country.”

Leonid Uvarchev

The article is in Russian

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