"The military registration and enlistment office provides the border department with lists of citizens who are restricted from leaving. To cross the border, such categories of citizens need a certificate - permission to leave from the military registration and enlistment office at the place of residence of the citizen", - the report says.
For flights within the country, no certificates are needed.
Earlier today, 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," the FSB border department said. It will not work to cross the border “with your feet” - only those who, in addition to cars, leave Russia on a scooter, scooter, etc., are allowed.
On September 26, about 3.5 thousand cars and 1.3 thousand trucks stand in line at the Russian-Georgian border in North Ossetia.