Russians allowed to cross border with Georgia on foot

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Russians allowed to cross border with Georgia on foot
Russians allowed to cross border with Georgia on foot
27 September, 12:54Society
Russian citizens who intend to leave for Georgia were allowed to cross the border at the Upper Lars checkpoint in North Ossetia on foot - "for speed." However, this does not mean that people can cross the border with their feet.

This was reported by RBC, citing the press service of the FSB border control.

"On foot - this means on scooters, bicycles, etc. After all, we have an international automobile checkpoint, in fact they must have a vehicle. People must comply with the type of checkpoint. That is, in fact, they travel on bicycles, mopeds, scooters, scooters, etc.", - the department clarified.

If a person does not have a bicycle or other vehicle, he will have to pass through the checkpoint by car, and it is impossible to pass it “with his feet”.

Earlier today it became known that about 3.5 thousand cars and 1.3 thousand trucks are queuing at the Russian-Georgian border in North Ossetia, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic Irbek Tomaev said . A new line has formed at the checkpoint - now from those who are going to cross the border without a vehicle. People hope to be able to cross the border with their feet.

Later today it became known that the Russian border guards installed an armored personnel carrier at the Kazbegi checkpoint in order to avoid breaking through the Russian-Georgian border by reservists fleeing from mobilization.

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