Russia: Airline refuses to give tickets to people aged 18 to 65, youths are running away from the country!


President Putin told in the address that three lakh reserve troops would be deployed.
After President Putin’s announcement, tickets for all flights going abroad were sold out.
Russian airline has refused to give tickets to people aged 18 to 65 years.

Moscow. Tickets for all flights from Russia abroad were sold out after President Vladimir Putin announced the deployment of three lakh reserve troops. After this, taking a tough decision, Russian airlines have refused to give tickets to people aged 18 to 65 years. Airlines will not sell tickets until people of this age show proof of approval to travel from the Ministry of Defense. According to media reports, Russian officials said that a partial deployment of about 3 lakh reserve troops has been planned. Describing it as important, President Putin said that Russia is fighting with the entire Western military machinery.

According to Russia’s top travel planning website, tickets for all September 21 flights from Moscow to Georgia, Turkey and Armenia were sold out within minutes after Putin made the announcement. Please note that Russian citizens do not require a visa for these countries. By noon at Moscow time, direct flights from Moscow to Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan had also stopped appearing on the website. Let us let you know that while addressing the Russian people through television, Putin told the West in a warning tone that Russia will take all possible steps to defend its region and this is not empty rhetoric.

Putin said he had signed the order to deploy three las reserve troops and the process would begin on Wednesday. A reserve soldier is a person who is a member of the Military Reserve Force. It is a common citizen, who is given military training and can be deployed anywhere if needed. These services are not provided during peace time.

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