“Today, there is an increase in the number of foreign citizens entering the Republic of Kazakhstan on the Kazakh-Russian border”, - the service said.
They clarified that all 30 automobile checkpoints are operating as usual, four of them are experiencing congestion due to the “increasing flow of passengers and vehicles”. The service stressed that they keep the situation under special control.
"Organized interaction with the Russian border agency", - stated in the message.
Earlier it became known that at the border point "Upper Lars-Kazbegi" on the Russian-Georgian border, long queues formed to leave the Russian Federation from several thousand cars.
At the same time, according to the Nasha Niva publication, law enforcement officers in Belarus began to track Russians who are hiding from partial mobilization.