After the partial mobilization announced in Russia, the Russians, who flocked to the Georgian border, formed a queue for kilometers. Long row of vehicles viewed from the air.
After the start of the Russia-Ukraine war, the expected mobilization announcement in Russia came on September 21.
Russian President Vladimir Putin declared partial mobilization and paved the way for 300,000 more soldiers to be recruited as reserves.
After the decision, the anti-war Russians panicked.
The panic after the declaration of mobilization continues.
Those who leave Russia with the fear of being called up for military service go to Turkey, Armenia and neighboring countries.
Thousands Of Russian Queues On The Georgian Border
Thousands of Russian citizens flocked to Georgia by road.
More than 3,000 Russian vehicles on the Russia-Georgia border would queue.
While the truck drivers were having a hard time due to the density, those vehicle queues were viewed from the air.