Astrakhan authorities will open a mobilization point on the border with Kazakhstan

The administration of the Astrakhan region will open a mobilization point on the border with Kazakhstan Earlier, a high alert mode was introduced on the border of the region with Kazakhstan in order to unload the roads leading to it. A multi-kilometer traffic jam formed there towards the republic

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On the border of the Astrakhan region and Kazakhstan, where a many-kilometer traffic jam has accumulated towards the republic, a mobilization point will be deployed in the coming days, the administration reports.

They indicated that among those heading towards Kazakhstan “a mass of men of military age.” “At the checkpoint, they began to verify the documents of those leaving with the federal register subject to mobilization and not to release citizens who meet the criteria for conscription, who do not have the right to deferment from partial mobilization or permission to leave from the military commissariat. In the coming days, a temporary point of partial mobilization will be deployed on the border with Kazakhstan with the issuance of subpoenas,— authorities warn.

On September 28, the region's administration introduced a high alert regime in the Krasnoyarsk region bordering Kazakhstan due to “an unfavorable situation associated with a violation of the organization of traffic.” The administration wants to unload the Astrakhan highway— Krasny Yar: for this, work has begun “on organizing a temporary restriction of traffic and developing a scheme for bypassing non-resident and foreign vehicles.” Karauzek”, from where Russian citizens are trying to get into the West Kazakhstan region of Kazakhstan. The flow of Russians to the neighboring country intensified on September 21, when the Russian authorities announced a partial mobilization.

In total, from September 21 to 26, about 98 thousand Russians entered the republic, while 64 thousand left during the same period. The Kazakh Ministry of Internal Affairs noted that many Russian citizens use Kazakhstan as a transit country for moving to Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan or flying to other states.

In the Pavlodar region of Kazakhstan, the authorities decided to create city and district headquarters to regulate the flow of migrants.

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Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said he would discuss the current situation with the Russian side. “In recent days, many people from Russia have been coming to us. Most of them are forced to leave because of the current hopeless situation. We must take care of them and ensure their safety. This is a political and humanitarian issue,»— emphasized the Kazakh leader.

At the same time, Interior Minister Marat Akhmetzhanov said that Astana would be forced to transfer to Moscow Russian citizens put on the international wanted list in criminal cases for evading mobilization.

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