At the same time, the representative of the European Commission did not specify any details of the future document.
The European Commission will develop instructions for the entry into EU countries of citizens of Russia who are evading mobilization in my homeland.
This was reported by the representative of the European Commission Anita Hipper on press conferences.
“We are currently preparing an instruction for member countries on how to deal with this unprecedented situation,” Hipper explained.
At the same time, the representative of the European Commission did not specify any details of the document. It is also unknown when the instructions will be ready.
Mobilization in Russia
On September 21, the President of Russia, Volodymyr Putin announced the mobilization reserve servicemen for the war with Ukraine. After that, Russian men rushed abroad en masse.
On September 29, the State Duma of the Russian Federation announced that Russians who are on military registration you cannot leave the country. The decision was made after Russians left the country en masse due to mobilization.
However, according to FSB calculations, in the first days of the announced mobilization hundreds of thousands of Russian men left their homeland, leaving for the territory of countries friendly to Russia. Large queues of fugitives are observed, including on Checkpoint “Verkhniy Lars” on the Russian-Georgian border.
The head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan noted that since the announcement of partial mobilization in the Russian Federation 98 thousand Russians entered the country.