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Moscow: In Russia, the country’s government has ordered that people aged 18 to 65 should not be given tickets to leave the country on planes and trains, Russian media reported.
On 25 February, Russia launched a war against Ukraine, an Eastern European country. Now, as the war has reached seven months, it continues. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian army is launching a heavy counter-attack against the Russian army.
In this case, in order to intensify the war, Russia is planning to bring under its control four regions in the east and south of Ukraine. Russia plans to add four regions: Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhia.
In this case, President Vladimir Putin said in his speech to the Russian people through ‘TV’ that ‘three lakh soldiers will be kept in reserve’ in the Russian army.
Following this announcement, flights to Russia’s neighboring countries such as Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan are fully booked for the next few days. People are reportedly starting to leave the country because the Russian government could enact a law requiring everyone to perform compulsory military service.
In this case, it was reported in the media that the Russian government has ordered that Russians between the ages of 18 and 65 who are eligible to serve in the military should not be issued tickets for flights and trains to leave the country. needed. It also states that only those who have valid permission from the army will be allowed to leave the country.
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