Last minute developments about the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine continue to be experienced. Finally, following the emergence of rumors that a general mobilization would be announced in Russia, remarkable developments began to take place. According to some news from Russia, it was claimed that men between the ages of 18-25 will be banned from abroad and a general mobilization will be announced.
ISTANBUL TICKETS INCREASED TO 30 THOUSAND TL
After this development, it was learned that Turkey is one of the countries that Russian citizens prefer to visit the most. It was seen that ticket prices from Moscow to Istanbul increased up to 30 thousand TL, and the ticket prices increased with each passing minute due to the intense interest. It was claimed that the number of those who wanted to leave the country increased gradually after the mobilization allegations were brought forward.
TICKETS ARE NOT FOUND IN THE COUNTRY
Many citizens in Russia, waiting for Putin’s mobilization speech, began to seek a way out of Russia to escape military service. After the intensity experienced, ticket purchases and airline systems were locked.
#1 IN GOOGLE SEARCHES
The panic of Russians who want to escape from mobilization is also reflected in internet searches. Currently, “How to exit Russia” is at the top of the list of most searches on Russia Google.
THE WORLD WAITING FOR PUTIN’S ANNOUNCEMENT
On the other hand, the eyes of the world turned to the statements coming from Russia. While Russia has not yet made an official statement regarding the allegations, Putin is expected to make a statement on the subject today.
‘WORLD CAN ENGAGE IN AN UNSEEN CONFLICT’
Serbian President Vucic also made a last-minute statement: “In a month or two, the world could enter into a conflict not seen since the Second World War. It is very possible that the West’s relations with Russia and China will deteriorate and the conflict will spread to the global level.” used his statements.
THE PENALTY FOR ESCAPE TO MOBILIZATION IN RUSSIA INCREASED
The bill to increase the prison sentence for those fleeing military mobilization in Russia was passed by the Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament. According to the bill, which was amended by the draft law passed in the Duma, soldiers who voluntarily surrendered to the enemy army could be sentenced to 10 years in prison, and those who plundered in war could be sentenced to 15 years in prison.
The prison sentence for evading military duty during mobilization was also increased from 5 years to 10 years.