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The European Union's Frontex border control agency said 66,000 Russians have entered the EU in the past week. This represents a 30% increase compared with the previous week, according to the agency. It said that most of the crossings were occurring at the Finnish and Estonian sections of the border. According to Frontex, most arrivals had visas, residence permits or dual citizenship. Frontex predicted that illegal border crossings could increase if the Kremlin decides to close Russia's borders for potential conscripts. Thousands of military-age men have been leaving Russia since President Vladimir Putin announced a "partial" mobilization last week.

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gamewizl
gamewizl 2 aylar önce
Pretty bad when the invading nation that hasn't been attacked has people fleeing
Susanne Andersen
Susanne Andersen Aylar önce
I wonder how it would look if they were attacked 😂
AWriterWandering
AWriterWandering Aylar önce
@Coffee Link because most of those troops are posted at Russia’s various borders, including ones that Russia still considers to be allies. Russia won’t pull those troops because the country is deeply paranoid of being invaded.
OneStarAbove
OneStarAbove Aylar önce
Are you serious? Go study​@Repent and believe in Jesus Christ
OneStarAbove
OneStarAbove Aylar önce
@Repent and believe in Jesus Christ This
BGD ABG
BGD ABG Aylar önce
@Rich Worton I don't have to understand fully. I'm not Ukrainian and I'm not Russian. I just say that for Ukrainian man borders are closed. That's a fact. I guess reason is because they would all leave Ukraine. If you have answer with more sense I'm happy to hear you
Anna Farago
Anna Farago 2 aylar önce
The concern of the Georgian's concerns are quire understandable that in years to come the Russian descendants will want parts where they settle to be part of Russia, and even doing what is happening in Ukraine, then attack and take more land by force.
Erik Riza
Erik Riza Aylar önce
good point
Fernanda Lopes
Fernanda Lopes Aylar önce
@MasterGhostf Yes
Aleksandra O'
Aleksandra O' Aylar önce
@Fernanda Lopes just like Americans do regularly. The Chinese do it. They are notorious for it.
Fernanda Lopes
Fernanda Lopes Aylar önce
You are right! If this doesn't change and Russian understand if they want to be russian they must be in russia and not in other country, in a couple of years this russian that now are escaping to Georgia want their region to russian because they live there. GET THEM OUT WHILE IS TIME.
Aleksandra O'
Aleksandra O' 2 aylar önce
@Vinland WTF nonsense are you taking about. Now you're telling me my account is what? Why would you bother doing that? Are you unemployed? A troll?
AWriterWandering
AWriterWandering 2 aylar önce
At this point Russia is going to need a mobilization to keep the people from fleeing its mobilization
DR 1971
DR 1971 Aylar önce
At least they need no mobilization for their navy as Kursk and Mockva are deep down under... 🇺🇦🇪🇺💪
don b
don b Aylar önce
@Juan Kroos Frausto Exactly means nothing thats how Russian Politic think.
Peter Falk
Peter Falk Aylar önce
🤣🤣🤣
Juan Kroos Frausto
Juan Kroos Frausto 2 aylar önce
Russia has 140 million people a few hundred thousand means nothing .
Audrey Papiat
Audrey Papiat 2 aylar önce
😂😂 Excellent
L13
L13 2 aylar önce
It’s funny how Russia boarders so many countries yet no one’s lining up to go to China or Belarus
Erik Riza
Erik Riza Aylar önce
good point. Just like the Berlin Wall wasn't built to keep West Berliners out of communist russia-controlled East Germany
Stixin st
Stixin st Aylar önce
@yee your last haw nukes are nothing compared to the universe or even our planet. Yellowstone would be worse Yes dusts can travel with winds, but it is too slow to be radioactive at the end
yee your last haw
yee your last haw Aylar önce
@Stixin st bruh, 15k nukes going off across the world, the radiation and smoke would travel with the winds. A lot of places would suffer, global supply chains will collapse, major infrastructure will collapse. Society as you know it, just got thrown back into the dark ages. Don't expect recovery to be fast, if there is anyone left healthy enough and smart enough to get humanity back going.
DF
DF Aylar önce
Exactly !!!!! Because they are hypocrites!!!!
Robert Galloway
Robert Galloway Aylar önce
These countries not stable, both run by autocratic Dictatorship. Volatile
Jose aca
Jose aca 2 aylar önce
It sure must be awkward trying to flee to countries russia previously invaded
Erik Riza
Erik Riza Aylar önce
yes, it is ironic. must be embarassing to the kremlin.
Steve Busfield
Steve Busfield Aylar önce
@George Tesler Sorry. I should have simply stated that your comment is naive. Plenty of other people expressed that to you though.
George Tesler
George Tesler Aylar önce
@Bartosz Jankowiak you're saying "most russians", but how do you know what these ones did? Are you saying these ones should be responsible for actions of other russians, over whom they dont have any control? Would you like if the same logic was applied to you, and people treated you based on the behavior of the worst people you share a country with, instead of your own actions?
George Tesler
George Tesler Aylar önce
@Ian Uy I'm not talking about how Georgians do or dont see it, I'm talking about what makes sense
George Tesler
George Tesler Aylar önce
@Steve Busfield what you imagine is irrelevant
Phia Kate
Phia Kate 2 aylar önce
This is very interesting lesson. You never know when you may have to flee your country to seek asylum. It is a big lesson in how each country treats people fleeing problems in their related countries.
Darkstarbbs
Darkstarbbs 2 aylar önce
@James Latief Stick to what you know... opening coconuts.. , instead of typing nonsense on your phone.
Trespasser
Trespasser 2 aylar önce
@Viridiana Cortes When you clearly see the signs that something will happen, but don't believe it will be soon, so you say ... in 20 years, it' usually happens much sooner. It was my experience many times.
N Velsen
N Velsen 2 aylar önce
@Rich This HAS happened in America, Putin was the US president 2016-2020. Well, de facto president, Putin doesn't hold a US passport so had to use some rapist he could blackmail as frontman.
Pappilantien Kihlatut Oy
Viridiana Cortes I hear more and more individuals doing the same
Viridiana Cortes
Viridiana Cortes 2 aylar önce
I’m in the process of getting my citizenship in my parents’ country because of this. The USA is becoming very unstable and I don’t doubt conflict will arise in about 20 years. So I might have to move if that happens. I hope I’m wrong though.
Boo1
Boo1 2 aylar önce
Praise for those who didn’t forget when you own pets your responsible for them and took them with them instead of leaving them to starve. It’s very sad when you see homes abandoned with pets skin and bones left there
Boo1
Boo1 2 aylar önce
@Nundhlal Gaya sadly many do hence why so many places have street dogs ect
Nundhlal Gaya
Nundhlal Gaya 2 aylar önce
Pets are the family , cannot leave pets to die of starvation
craig heberling
craig heberling 2 aylar önce
left to starve and run from the bombs...
jacqueline schael
jacqueline schael 2 aylar önce
The influx does change the demographics of Georgia or any other country where the Russians are fleeing to in the thousands. Also, the fact that Georgia has a disputed zone with Russia is a delicate and likely volatile situation. So it's not surprising that the Georgians are concerned.
Seppo Tempo
Seppo Tempo 2 aylar önce
Putin called for partial mobilization. So some mobilized to Finland, and the other part to Georgia and Kazakstan . 😄
khatun Ramrattie
khatun Ramrattie 2 aylar önce
@Sumin Shizzles aa
Face Dante
Face Dante 2 aylar önce
Can you judge them? Would you go and kill people for nothing? Would you die for nothing? For putin?
tore haaland
tore haaland 2 aylar önce
Correct. I have been in Sakartvelo (Georgia) a few months. Rental prices, forexample, are increasing in Tbilisi.
Sumin Shizzles
Sumin Shizzles 2 aylar önce
Read the fine print. All people who had military training are in the pool. Since russia has forced military or civil service the number of people eligible to be drafted is huge.
Feyser1970
Feyser1970 2 aylar önce
Russia has to give back the territories it annexed from Georgia in 2008
Darkstarbbs
Darkstarbbs Aylar önce
@O DIKAIOPOLIS
Solo Renegade
Solo Renegade Aylar önce
@Oleg Gorky sure
Oleg Gorky
Oleg Gorky Aylar önce
@Solo Renegade Okay. That’s better put. And I accept it. But they are playing the game of nuclear blackmail and it’s an unstable regime.
Solo Renegade
Solo Renegade Aylar önce
@Oleg Gorky If russia has a military left, then why is it dumping untrained conscripts into Ukraine with no training? why can't it equip a few thousand conscripts? why i Ukraine capturing and reusing so much russian equipment? why has russia lost more dead in Ukraine in 7months than the US lost in all of Vietnam war? Georgians are still afraid, Russia is not yet to a state they feel confident enough yet. But as soon as they realize they can reclaim their lands easily now, they will.
Oleg Gorky
Oleg Gorky Aylar önce
@Solo Renegade That’s an exaggeration. Why haven’t they then?
Anf Trew
Anf Trew 2 aylar önce
I wonder if I'm the only person that wonders if some of the fighting age Russians fleeing to neighboring countries might actually be going there to be the first russian boots on the ground if Russia decides to invade those nations. Because I believe in human rights, I'd say let them in to escape conscription, but detain them or at least enforce strict controls on their movements. Hundreds of thousands of fighting age men from a country that is currently invading it's neighbour, and has a record of doing so, is something that I think people have a right to be wary of.
Thomas Traynor
Thomas Traynor 2 aylar önce
To finally get there and be turned around must be soul destroying! To be forced back to be conscripted and sent to a war you had nothing to do with. What a strain on Georgia. Too few have too much power in this world.
kti
kti 2 aylar önce
I'm wondering how many people try to hike across those pretty mountain ranges to freedom. Russia can't possibly have an impenetrable border given its length.
Grant Gee
Grant Gee 2 aylar önce
This reporter is calm and collected, great job in keeping us engaged
don't be so judgmental
Let's pray and help them the only problem is their leader,not the people of Russia, Ukraine be strong we love you from Philippines 😘🇵🇭.
James
James 2 aylar önce
''Everything is going as planned". Famous last words.
Mike Currie
Mike Currie Aylar önce
Putin pure evil
Henk Smit
Henk Smit Aylar önce
Hopefully this will also be the verdict of his immediate environment. (putin who fell out the window by accident)
Edward Hanson
Edward Hanson Aylar önce
"Stay the course" comes to mind.
Pamela Jessup
Pamela Jessup Aylar önce
@Brian Snutch Truth pills. You're on chemical castration drugs no doubt after you got caught with those donkeys.
Brian Snutch
Brian Snutch Aylar önce
@Pamela Jessup what drugs you on
Simon Green
Simon Green 2 aylar önce
Well done DW for the full disclosure at 2:55.))))) This is positive as it shows transparency and builds even more trust in your brand and news network. Your research too is very thorough as always.
Jeffrey Storer
Jeffrey Storer 2 aylar önce
As an Australian I can only say there's a lot to be said for a moat when the EU had an open boarder policy it didn't take very long for that to turn out badly any country is only able to cope with so many new arrivals food housing etc. Don't think I'm waving our government s flag. They leave a lot to be desired in to many ways to mention but selling our country to overseas investment out of personal greed is top of the list
beltingtokra
beltingtokra 2 aylar önce
Fair play to those fleeing. I'd do the same in that position.
simonniven
simonniven 2 aylar önce
Are they against the War, or, are they against being actively involved themselves?
GregChase
GregChase Aylar önce
It would be like the region in the U.S. like the state of New York deciding to steal the lands of New Jersey. The head of New York would tell citizens in New York "I'm the leader of New York and my plan is to steal New Jersey. I'm ordering all men in New York to attack New Jersey to help me steal their property" It's freaking senseless. The citizens of New York should tell their leader "hey bud - you can't just go around stealing property - why not try to BUY the land instead, and acquire it legally? And NO, SORRY, we're not attacking the innocent people in New Jersey" Russians need to grow a pair and kick out that leader. I mean, how many innocent people have to lose their life before russians realize "It is OUR leader who has lost reality - it is OUR responsibility to solve that problem" INSTEAD OF RUNNING TO OTHER COUNTRIES .
Estella Salmi
Estella Salmi Aylar önce
@nexus alpha and the war is only a problem when it's getting personal.
nexus alpha
nexus alpha Aylar önce
just like a russian man said, he don't want to kill people or either to be killed...what is the meaning of sacrficing his own life on that senseless war.
Estella Salmi
Estella Salmi Aylar önce
They don't mind the war or Russia invading it's neighbours. They just don't want to fight themselves.
H. H.
H. H. Aylar önce
As the man said in the video, most of the people he meets (though that may be because he runs a specifically anti-Putin organization) actually were against the war from the beginning, they just didn't see a point in leaving Russia before, though the other large group is people who mainly just don't want to have to be sent to Ukraine themselves. It is important to note that the people fleeing to other countries are obviously a different (I don't know if smaller or bigger) group than the people protesting the mobilization from inside Russia, who, based on their timing, are probably either mostly just against the mobilization, or anti-war people thinking post-mobilization is a good time to bolster their numbers by piggybacking on or joining with anti-mobilization sentiment.
Frix Frixowski
Frix Frixowski 2 aylar önce
I'd love to hear some Georgian's opinions about this. Given the 2008 war, they shouldn't be happy about it.
fan8281
fan8281 Aylar önce
@LotusElise Stalin was born in the RUSSIAN EMPIRE. It were the Russians who FIRST INVADED/ANNEXED GEORGIA
Solo Renegade
Solo Renegade Aylar önce
seeing as Russia lacks a military, time for georgia to take their lands back.
Ro Gaming
Ro Gaming 2 aylar önce
@baseball81 and that's 10% of their entire army, that they had to conscript, because their last army died.
Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon Bonaparte 2 aylar önce
@avto pavliashvili Good for you.
avto pavliashvili
avto pavliashvili 2 aylar önce
@Napoleon Bonaparte and from revenue service customs where my wife works
Козак
Козак 2 aylar önce
The most shocking thing is that after Russia grabbed 20% of Georgia, Georgia has visa-free policy with russia.
Eva Masters
Eva Masters 2 aylar önce
@ Jonathan Jacob: gas is not everything and ruzzia has been using gas for political leverage, limiting freedom and enslaving whole countries, like Belarus. EU will be perfectly fine without Ruzzian gas, it will diversify fron other countries like Norway and North Africa, as well as new renewable sources. Ruzzia will be completely diminished at the end of this war.
Solomon Nadar
Solomon Nadar 2 aylar önce
Maybe because many Georgians work in Russia than the other way around?
Jonathan Jacob
Jonathan Jacob 2 aylar önce
@Eva Masters what is the future of the EU without access to abundant cheap energy? Georgia is better of looking to Russia and the east.
alex
alex 2 aylar önce
Nuke war means who cares.
Eva Masters
Eva Masters 2 aylar önce
Georgia is a small country with very little leverage against ruzzia. Unlike Ukraine, which is very important for Europe, Georgia is small and the US and EU don't consider is worth the fight. If Ukraine wins, this will be also a win for Georgia, which may become an EU member at the same time with Ukraine and Moldova.
Torchbearer
Torchbearer 2 aylar önce
As a Georgian, this has my blood boiling. I don't want to be seeing Russian men or hearing Russian on the streets when I go out for a walk, but we have no choice right now, and everyone here knows it. We're a tiny country with no backing and a non-NATO member. I am just glad that the world is finally seeing and coming to terms with the degree of violence and injustice Russian imperialism has been dishing out here in the Caucasus for centuries now. We're a warrior nation and will get our lands back. Just have to be patient until then...
Geoff Gill
Geoff Gill 2 aylar önce
Well said 👏👌
H. H.
H. H. Aylar önce
When I think about it, it's kind of surprising how parallel the Russia-Ukraine war is to the USA-Vietnam war. Both wars involved a superpower supporting an unpopular regime ruling a fraction of a country against the the other half and local rebels wanting to join the other, more popular, half, with the superpower doing this for the purpose of stopping the geographical influence of a threatening rival ideology/alliance ("Communism" or NATO and "the West") from growing. Neither war was declared a war by the superpower. Both have brutal and totalitarian tactics being used by both supposedly democratic sides. (I'd guess Vietnam was worse, but this war is still ongoing.) Both resulted in the superpower resorting to drafting it's population to prolong the unwinnable war against most of the warzone's local population. Both drafts resulted in massive protests and draft dodging, including burning draft cards and fleeing to other countries. (A lot of USAmericans fled to Canada I think.)
Shades 2.1
Shades 2.1 Aylar önce
🤡
Fox Mulder
Fox Mulder 2 aylar önce
Amazing on the countries taking people in realizing it's not the people that are bad just the government
Nikolay Kolev
Nikolay Kolev Aylar önce
If they were trying to leave earlier (i.e. before the mobilisation started) it would be more believable that they are against the war. But now, they also have to go to that war and everyone suddenly loves peace and is against Putin.
Richard62
Richard62 2 aylar önce
A slap in the face for Putin and his '"war cronies". Good luck to all the young people leaving Russia. I certainly hope the EU can accommodate everyone.
Оммнри Грошшо
Idk its strange i saw videous of ukranian army take People from Street into army and catch students in the border Who try to flee country and nobody talk about It, doesnt show hundrends of pro russian videous from Telegram where they destroy ukr force no footage full lie, i realise West have so much propoganda and their Democracy is a joke
Wayne Berg
Wayne Berg 2 aylar önce
Okay, I was livingin Tbilisi when the war broke out. What an awesome and chill city! As soon as Putin invaded we were slammed with Russians seeking a way out of russia. I was paying 600USD per month in rent for a large two bedroom with a view of the city, but when the influx happened rent tripled, then quadrupled. When I moved out I looked at the listing for my apt. 2k/month. It's probably more now.
mike requadt
mike requadt 2 aylar önce
God Bless Ukraine. Long live Ukraine!
Larry Kay
Larry Kay 2 aylar önce
There are many angles to see where the Georgian people's concern are of course legitimate..their long term security..hopefully the govt could see what the people of Georgia see where the influx of Russian military dodgers would lead to in the future of Georgia.
Cali Kiwi
Cali Kiwi 2 aylar önce
Last one leaving, turn off the lights! (So glad to see they’re taking their pets like family ❤️)
Catherine Victoria Jarvis
😂😂😂
alex
alex 2 aylar önce
No body is fighting. Nuke is the solution.
mk
mk 2 aylar önce
I just don't understand the point, why do people flee from being drafted to a country that extradites you when you are drafted? This only makes sense if you move from over there to other countries without extradition treaty, if it's easier to get a flight from Georgia than from Russia.
Michael Weston
Michael Weston 2 aylar önce
desperation
clintg1000
clintg1000 2 aylar önce
Old men make war, young men fight and die. Nothing ever changes.
fluffy bunny
fluffy bunny 2 aylar önce
Even the cat looks happy to be out of Russia.
Martin Watts
Martin Watts 2 aylar önce
As a person who owns a property in Georgia, this influx of people is very worrying to many Georgians; it is not just the fact that the numbers are very high, it is also wondering who is coming in - FSB? GRU? who are the people coming in? Many came in February, now when conscription arises, that number is so much more. The "government" is Russia leaning anyway, they just pay lip service to the wish to join the EU and NATO, which the Georgians majority want. With an oligarch controlling behind the scene, things were already fractious, but now it has raised much concern and alarm at the security issue. Where will they live? What will they do? How much has the cost of living increased since February? So many questions here - it is sad that people cannot fight this dictator, but Russia has had a bully in the Kremlin for over 20 years. With over 20% of Georgian land occupied by puppet governments under Russia's control, it is small already, and now the strain could be excessive. Amazing that Russia has the most land of any country, and are forcing their citizens to go to a small country which is bursting at the seams. All of my Georgian friends and neighbors are terrified for the future, it is another take over, albeit done without an army with weapons, just large numbers that may kill the whole country, and change it forever, or give Putin a reason to occupy the whole of Georgia.
MegaBigmac87
MegaBigmac87 Aylar önce
your right, all these russians comming in, where will they settle? this will give vlad poutine the excuse he needs to take more land in the defence of protecting russians?, its scary
DR 1971
DR 1971 Aylar önce
The brave poles did understand very early what it takes to stay free from RU. Join the EU, build up a strong economy, join NATO. 🇵🇱🇺🇦🇪🇺💪
Ana Ignatowicz
Ana Ignatowicz Aylar önce
You are whining that there are too many. Poland took over 4 mln Ukrainians. Well, I am not happy because these Ukrainians are demanding, aggressivr and rude. No culure, no mamners. Bad people , mosty. Ungreatful.
seraby
seraby 2 aylar önce
@ziqi92 money and additional workforce. Georgia is expecting that some will stay for good. Anyway, draining russia of men is for the best. Less people to use for his war.
Barbara Tg
Barbara Tg 2 aylar önce
Takeover is happening in UK also. But not by Russians, YET.
Steven
Steven 2 aylar önce
85% in Russia agreed with the war. Now they have to be accountable to fight only to say the war is not right.
Beta
Beta Aylar önce
Where did you get that number from?
nielsf
nielsf Aylar önce
Yeah and 99% of ukraine voted to join Russia. If there is ever a point in your life where the numbers never seem to add up and you need to think about why, it's when russia does "Poll's" with it's "citizens".
THE XRP WHALE
THE XRP WHALE 2 aylar önce
Don’t you think 60,000 is less than 15% ? Just because your not involved is why you have such short sight into the matter
James Hart
James Hart 2 aylar önce
A whole lot of Russians coming to Georgia are actually crossing into Turkey, and then spreading across the Pontus Area (Northern Turkish Coast). This is traditionally where many Russians go on holiday every year. Some have used it to get to Greece, Cyprus & Israel. Others are heading for Azerbaijan. So, its not like all of them are gonna stick around Georgia for very long!
Emre Gömeçoğlu
Emre Gömeçoğlu 2 aylar önce
True. I've started seeing so many cars with Russian license plate like never before in Istanbul and Ankara.
Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon Bonaparte 2 aylar önce
There are no diplomatic relations between Russia and Georgia because Georgia is an "unfriendly" country for Russia. So called Russian tourists' heading to Georgia via Armenia and Azerbaijan.
mk
mk 2 aylar önce
Have fun in Turkey when they attack Greece soon. Turkey is on the same path as Russia, a police state that wants to revive the Greater Ottoman Empire like Russia wants to revive the Soviet Union. Turkey will extradite all Russians who are wanted to their best buddy Putin.
J Johnson
J Johnson 2 aylar önce
I imagine prices will increase nearest the Russia-Georgia border as there is more demand for basic necessities
mick plick
mick plick 2 aylar önce
My admiration for those Russians leaving
⏳ 73.4yrs - Invest in Heaven
You are totally doing the right thing. God bless you ✝️❤️
Leap Peov
Leap Peov 2 aylar önce
Love DW for bringing news to world
Jose Flores
Jose Flores 2 aylar önce
If they aren't willing to fight for their country, they most likely won't fight for Georgia either. Once Russia invades Georgia, they are running back to Russia or running to another country, giving Georgia the middle finger after helping them.
грейс келли
грейс келли 2 aylar önce
Exactly.. genetic garbage..
Qubilai Khan
Qubilai Khan 2 aylar önce
may God bless georgia and russians as well.
Ken Williams
Ken Williams 2 aylar önce
Putin did say he was going to mobilize 100,000 men. Good to see he has finally kept his word about something.
Juni Gobi
Juni Gobi Aylar önce
Putin has always kept his word.
kti
kti 2 aylar önce
The jokes just write themselves.
Big pirate
Big pirate 2 aylar önce
So sad for Russians from Thailand 😭
Gracy KN
Gracy KN 2 aylar önce
Whatever it is, though I do understand the urgent situation, I wish all safe and secure and together with their pets.
t0n0k0
t0n0k0 2 aylar önce
I think from the comments alot are concerned with Georgian government free for all Russian influx, and subsequent annexation in the future. But I am more interested with what does Georgian government know that the rest of us are perplexed about? And If annexed in the future whom do they blame?
Ruby
Ruby 2 aylar önce
They kept quiet all these months, now that their own lives are being affected they flee..
Aa
Aa 2 aylar önce
Yeah, because protesting is so easy in Russia under Putin.
E.O
E.O 2 aylar önce
I have been deported for the first time in my life at Tbilisi airport because there was so many Russians at borders! that was not welcoming at all!
aron hayse
aron hayse 2 aylar önce
freedom has many difficulties and democracy is not perfect but we never had to put a wall up to keep our people in to prevent them from leaving us
Alva Shoemaker
Alva Shoemaker 2 aylar önce
I can’t imagine what it must be like in that part of the world; I wish them The Best. 😶👠👣
Espi
Espi 2 aylar önce
Folks really don’t know just how massive the Russia border is in the world, there are literally roads with no border security you simply drive on in on the Mongolia and Kazakhstan lines
Erik Riza
Erik Riza Aylar önce
why bother guarding borders. Russians, for most of history, were not allowed to travel. and nobody ever wanted to get in.
The Trott-Bailey Family
@Stuart Berry i found this comment so funny 😆
vamp
vamp 2 aylar önce
@Stuart Berry hahahhahaha
annycheerful
annycheerful 2 aylar önce
Okay, lets assume you cross the border in uncesured place but what should you do next? Live alone in a desert? Or in a forest ? If you are Bear Grills, no doubt you'll gonna survive but not everybody could do that:) To live in a new country normally, in society, you must have legal documents and permissions and thats why you have to cross the country border properly
N Velsen
N Velsen 2 aylar önce
@Espi "close cooperation with China".... Uh.... You may want to read up on the Sino-Soviet Split, as well as Russia's eight invasions of China. The Russian occupational regime in Xinjiang of 1937, which formed the blueprint of Russian ISIS in Syria later, was known as East Turkestan. Became a bit of a hot potatoe as the jihadi terrorists and their emir that Russia hired, would continue to operate independantly and got funding from the Middle East. You may have recently heard extremist racists such as Adrian Zenz yapping about the results of that Russian occupation: Prior to 2015 they were China's nr 1 terrorism threat with thousands of victims in a way that makes 9/11 pale by comparison. That does not make nice. China and Russia are enemies. Always have been. Are. And seeing as China does what's best for China and doesn't consider itself to be anyone's colony, much less Putin's colony, probably always will be. China scoops up resources on the cheap because that 3rd world country next door has them in abundance in the trackless wastelands that the orc hordes conquered, that's all there is to it.
Greg Abbott
Greg Abbott 2 aylar önce
Georgian citizens should be concerned,,, when there are Russian citizens in a neighbouring country and a few say “we want to be part of Russia” they send in the troops to handle the “referendums”,,, you know, to protect their citizens who live there now…
Timothy Khoo
Timothy Khoo Aylar önce
Agree totally with you. Any Russians in your country is an excuse for the evil empire to invade. Keep them out at all cost!
Ketevani Sh
Ketevani Sh 2 aylar önce
Definitely! most of the Georgians especially the young generation don't want them here at all, they are not welcome and we really worry about this situation...
John malik
John malik 2 aylar önce
@Larisa Ulkina not for the georgian people . I just hope that this doesn´t create a divide among the locals and russian immigrants. If too many russians enter goergia then the georgian people will be scared, especially since the 2008 ivasion
Matvey Tsivinyuk
Matvey Tsivinyuk 2 aylar önce
They're literally running to be out of any part of Russia.
Larisa Ulkina
Larisa Ulkina 2 aylar önce
@Spicy Noodles good for Georgian landlords
Gizmo
Gizmo 2 aylar önce
Good of Georgia, well done 👌🏻✊🏻
Susan Butler
Susan Butler Aylar önce
I would like to see a story on how having tens of thousands of people leaving Russia is going to affect its economy.
Mickey Pigknuckles
Mickey Pigknuckles 2 aylar önce
Wild watching the fall of the Soviet Union, the fall of Yeltsin, and now the fall of Russia.
Juni Gobi
Juni Gobi Aylar önce
All of the above disintegrations were planned by the West. You can read about this in memoirs firsthand.
ConsiderablySane
ConsiderablySane 2 aylar önce
@Natalia S true. Hey from Moscow.
johngy40
johngy40 2 aylar önce
Let’s hope so
Barney the Fighting Man
I don't understand why there hasn't been a coup in Russia. I'm pretty sure nobody wants their economy to go into the garbage bag. The gazprom and oil oligarchs are suffering too and they have power to stop this. The army is getting obliterated and filled up with un-motivated conscripts. The generals are getting blamed and will be arrested/fired/executed. This is bad for EVERYONE.
Natalia S
Natalia S 2 aylar önce
Best thing that would happen to us Easter Europeans and Russians themselves.
Mathematics and MMA
Mathematics and MMA 2 aylar önce
Once in a lifetime opportunity for Georgian tourism :-)
ProBro
ProBro 2 aylar önce
Wouldn’t really call it a “once in a lifetime opportunity” since tourism has always been big in Georgia.
99ch
99ch 2 aylar önce
I hope the russians beg for forgiveness when going into countries they threatened or invaded in the past. I hope the russians begin to understand the damage russia has been doing all around.
The Deaf Orc ?
The Deaf Orc ? 2 aylar önce
I feel sorry for these family. I am concern this influx could cause a civil war.
Straight up
Straight up 2 aylar önce
One thing I’ve noticed is wars can be lost at the front, but can be won 🏆 at home.
SerBallister
SerBallister 2 aylar önce
Same thing happened to Russia in WW1
G M
G M 2 aylar önce
Every person crossing the border in Georgia needs to be issued with a Temporary Protection Visa with a 3 yr limit. After that they must return to Russia. They should not be able to apply for citizenship or permanent visas from inside Georgia. This would prevent a huge influx of Russians being able to influence Georgian politics in the medium and long term.
Michael Uvarov
Michael Uvarov 2 aylar önce
Leaving is a radical form of a protest. And one of the most visible. Though, you cannot leave if borders are closed.
Reajan Ugay
Reajan Ugay 2 aylar önce
Mabuhay ang Russian man and woman for not go to war... For the peace of the world mabuhay 3x......
William Åkerlund
William Åkerlund 2 aylar önce
I am so moved by Georgia's actions. They were invaded by Russia but still give them shelter. Same with Kazakhstan hospitality. I am ashamed of some European countries who want to close borders.
Daryl Daryl
Daryl Daryl 2 aylar önce
Sometimes people mistake kindness for weakness and take advantage. Like biting the hand that feeds them. There can be National traits behind this behaviour. I would not trust Russians leaving Russia entering a free country.
William Åkerlund
William Åkerlund 2 aylar önce
@Dawn Burke We can always do more, like upholding the values we proclaim to the utmost. That is what makes us better than Russia. I am not blaming Europe for everything no, Putin and Lukashenko are the villains
Dawn Burke
Dawn Burke 2 aylar önce
Stop 🛑 blaming EU countries for everything! They have done so much to help millions & millions of Ukrainian people who had to flee 7 months ago Russian people sat back & did nothing up until now - some with Z signs on cars while fleeing- 🤷‍♀️
Chintala lokesh
Chintala lokesh 2 aylar önce
Residence permits and Dual citizenship. Same principle applicable to populate Russia.
Bernard Kisby
Bernard Kisby 2 aylar önce
I wonder if Georgian tv shows the true picture in Ukraine. If it does these Russians are in for a shock when they see what their soldiers are really doing in Ukraine. They will pass on what they learn to friends and relatives still in Russia. The truth will out!
Vazha Davituliani
Vazha Davituliani 2 aylar önce
Georgia is totally pro-Ukraine so they can see the true picture of war from here
BillyTheKid
BillyTheKid 2 aylar önce
"I'm against these policies" enables them by fleeing rather then fighting. At least the people protesting are stressing out Russian resources you just run? Now would be the perfect time for Georgia to retaliate and reclaim it's land. Russia wouldn't have any idea what to do.
Claud Foz
Claud Foz 2 aylar önce
Ukraine immediately banned men of aged from leaving the country. It was heartbreaking seeing families split up when we were leaving Ukraine to Moldova. I am surprised Putin didn’t put in place the same ban.
santa gemma
santa gemma 2 aylar önce
Sounds like the US-Canada border during the Vietnam war.
S Tho
S Tho 2 aylar önce
That was much smaller, and typically boys 18 to 22 that owned nothing, most without wives or children, many were already living a drop out life in the late 60s or very early 70s. The Nam protest marches coincidentally all but ended when Nixon rescinded the Johnson era draft during his reelection campaign. Nixon won an overwhelming reelection, including youth votes.
Carlos Pinheiro Torres
Спасибо! 🙏🏻
Iliana Kanchovska
Iliana Kanchovska 2 aylar önce
Heartbreaking
Andrew S
Andrew S 2 aylar önce
As if power to the people was ever voluntarily given up without a fight.
Marie
Marie 2 aylar önce
Bless Georgia by helping the one's fleeing R. 🙏🙏🙏💐🕊️👍
Nicholas Alexander
Nicholas Alexander 2 aylar önce
I'd probably also leave, but a part of me wishes they would stay and take up arms against Putin
Elizabeth R
Elizabeth R 2 aylar önce
Oh without a doubt an uprising is overdue
Tan Ah Cow
Tan Ah Cow 2 aylar önce
War is a lesson to learnt n treasure when there is peace n liberty.💚🖐👍.
Figura Molen
Figura Molen 2 aylar önce
Legends are not leaving mother Russia but breaking their arms at home 😂
Pakesh De
Pakesh De 2 aylar önce
I am against the war when the draft comes for me would be truth. Bloody shame how many stayed quiet until the draft sent them a special operations notice.
Chapstic
Chapstic 2 aylar önce
@Tony Petersen its even easier to run from the trouble when the solution is russia needs to invade itself.
madhippy3
madhippy3 2 aylar önce
@Tony Petersen You might not have noticed, but they do have camera's in Russia. Yes, I have an inside source, its called Russia. Russian-Ukrainian war news and russian protests get news coverage. The media is firmly on the Ukrainians side. If the people of russia where more motivated to protest before the draft we would have heard about it. Do you know what the anti-war protests looked like 7 months ago? It was typically 2 or 3 women with signs who didn't say anything to not break the law. Now compare that to now and tell me the same energy, or save us both the trouble and just keep licking that russian boot.
Tony Petersen
Tony Petersen 2 aylar önce
@madhippy3 Do you have inside information as to how hard they have all been fighting? Or their possibly good reasons for not doing it openly, such as threats? And can we expect every human being to fight or be a hero? Is nobody allowed to be scared of the consequences for themselves, their loved ones or others? It's easy to judge from abroad.
JOHN SMITH
JOHN SMITH 2 aylar önce
not drafted
Simon Phoenix
Simon Phoenix 2 aylar önce
@Chitae Ganda Lalake they can't even equip the soldiers they have. If Russia had to deal with 2 million soldiers, let alone 25 million, they would be equipping them with sticks instead of guns.
A
A 2 aylar önce
5 years later: Russia declares special military operations and annexes all these areas because they have a significant Russian population that they want to protect.
K. K.
K. K. Aylar önce
Jackpot !!!
Solo Renegade
Solo Renegade Aylar önce
with what military?
J.L. Torres
J.L. Torres 2 aylar önce
lol pretty accurate
baby cannis
baby cannis 2 aylar önce
Let’s hope that the Russian army gets completely decimated in Ukraine and the sanctions destroy their economy so they are not able to fight any wars for the next 100 years .
Emil Retee
Emil Retee 2 aylar önce
5 years later russia is so badly beaten. They cant do nothink
Linda Moore
Linda Moore 2 aylar önce
Sad really they don't want to fight for their countries security.I wonder what the US does to deserters when they don't want to fight for their ideals and goals.They certainly would not allow them across the border.
R4JPyR24US
R4JPyR24US 2 aylar önce
Several months ago one guy entered into Japan from the island Russia occupied at the very end of the war. He crossed the water by swimming. Some may follow, but sea is so cold. We have very strong coastal guards called grizzly bear in Shiretoko Peninsular. Also the land will be covered by snow in a few months. Please do not attempt.
M Stelios
M Stelios 2 aylar önce
Leaving your home when disagreeing with your governments criminal acts takes so much strength. We in the "western" world usually just conform to whatever it is that our governments decide. There's a lot to learn here.
M Stelios
M Stelios Aylar önce
@Bryant DeLeon I didn't mention Iraq nor Afghanistan, but if the shoe fits ...
Bryant DeLeon
Bryant DeLeon 2 aylar önce
They didnt draft for Afghanistan or Iraq lmfao
Oleg Gorky
Oleg Gorky 2 aylar önce
They’re not leaving. It’s a special border operation exercise! 😂😂
h n
h n 2 aylar önce
Becareful Georgia, Russians will claim new lands occupied by immigrant Russians as ethnic equivalent to Donetsk and Luhansk & vote referendums. Same in other bordering nations like Finland, Poland, Kazahkstan, etc.
Berlin Dickson
Berlin Dickson 2 aylar önce
😂😂😂 I just fainted !
eriknephron gfr
eriknephron gfr 2 aylar önce
Nice
mr BARD
mr BARD 2 aylar önce
Based off this failed russian operation in Ukraine, I don't think Russia is capable of that sort of border operation. Hahaj
mick plick
mick plick 2 aylar önce
They should let through those who have been mobilised
curiosnewtopia
curiosnewtopia 2 aylar önce
To those who flee: You are the fighters for freedom. World needs no wars anymore. You will make it🌐✌🌈
curiosnewtopia
curiosnewtopia 2 aylar önce
@Oleg Gorky let's say Hope!!🌐🌈🙏and able to learn.
Oleg Gorky
Oleg Gorky 2 aylar önce
I love your optimism but the real world isn’t like that. There will always be wars. Why? Because there will always be people (at least until they push the button.)
Cough It Up
Cough It Up 2 aylar önce
Russia is literally losing all it's smartest men as we speak. Let's hope their families follow.
Sumin Shizzles
Sumin Shizzles 2 aylar önce
Suits putler as the ones that are left will be brainless sheep.
Proto Rhinocerator
Proto Rhinocerator 2 aylar önce
Russia would retaliate by invading Georgia but that's kinda already happening.
Frank ledger
Frank ledger 2 aylar önce
They need to join the Georgia army to help defend their new home land
Crag & Bamboozle
Crag & Bamboozle 2 aylar önce
​@Geo MS That will be: putin gonna saves russians from himself by invading Georgia
無理だぞ
無理だぞ 2 aylar önce
Georgia is essentially russia in all but name. The incoming russians fleeing and settling in georgia will help solidify that claim in the future.
Simply Yellow
Simply Yellow 2 aylar önce
@Ashen one US and its NATO allied invaded Iraq,Libya etc.
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN 2 aylar önce
@Ellada Petrosyan But there you wrong....very naive. If they are Citizens of Russia.. They are subject to Russian Laws... Therefore for all intent and purposes they are Russians.. If they officially renounce their Russian Citizenship and if all administrative processes confirm that they are are no longer considered a Russian Citizen by Russia that's fine.. But until then.. even if they enter Russia on Armenian Passport while holding Russian Citizenship... They will be treated as a Russian Citizen by Russian Legal system. Simple as.. Imperial Systems have multi-ethnic subjects and they do not differentiate... if it is written Russian next to your name.. Boom gone...have fun serving the nation..
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN 2 aylar önce
@n'Becher Bleach und Codein Not that it has any bearing on conversation..But you are wrong.....It took them a bit more then that, about a month. Also it required 2 biggest Armies in the welt of the day, to do that, The best buddies the German And Russian. Deploying Combined force of circa 2 million soldiers, 7,500 most modern Tanks, 14,000 Guns, 5,600 next gen Airplanes... All set Against circa 1 million last moment draftees, with 210 Tanks, 5000 Guns, and about 800 Airplanes and not functioning Walkie Talkies.. Yet, We Never Surrendered..And kept fighting...So nagh you have nothing on me or us with your silly goose talk. We did far Better then France, or for that matter entire Europe..Including Russian Army.. Had it not for the General winter..Followed By USA, We all would have been speaking German now or killing them.....
Mike S
Mike S 2 aylar önce
Down with doctators all over the world.... from Russia to Iran .. Salute to people of Russia and Iran for standing up for their Rights ❤❤❤
craig heberling
craig heberling 2 aylar önce
it seems that both countries have people in the streets wanting the same thing- freedom from tyranny! if they could only speak with ONE voice...
Jeremy Perdue LMT
Jeremy Perdue LMT 2 aylar önce
"Thanks to the Georgians for opening the boarder. It made it much easier for us... Last time we had to invade them..."
Nil Nishad
Nil Nishad 2 aylar önce
😂😂😂😂😂
Kanishka Srak
Kanishka Srak 2 aylar önce
They have rights to hold their choices! They aim to achieve thier personal goals which they planned independently and lonely. Earth planet is home for all creatures , it is in humans' 👏 where they choose to live.
Janko
Janko 2 aylar önce
Now it is the time to send more and heavier military support to Ukraine to keep the pressure on. (Even Germany) Putin will never end this war unless people of Russian force him to do it. That will not happen without Ukraine success in battlefields. To arms against tyranny !
Steffen Grossmann
Steffen Grossmann 2 aylar önce
The implication to the Russian economy must be of gigantic size due to thousands of people either dying or leaving Russia. It is complete economic suicide. And this is after they already dropped in population size by 693k people last year due to assumingly the pandemic.
nik rakels
nik rakels 2 aylar önce
so they are concerned now because it might be them instead of someone far away where was all this concern in Feb
Daniel Guo
Daniel Guo 2 aylar önce
Imagine if a zombie outbreak broke out in the middle of all this.
Spicy Noodles
Spicy Noodles 2 aylar önce
pls no, at this point I wouldn't even be surprise, just scare
sparrow hawk
sparrow hawk 2 aylar önce
FYI...The U.S. has military personnel in Georgia training with the Georgian troops. My grandson was scheduled to go to a base just outside Tbilisi.
Anakin Skywalker II
Anakin Skywalker II 2 aylar önce
Nice! Since how long? Love it.
Sébastien Carpentier
Sébastien Carpentier 2 aylar önce
I understand the people of Georgia being anxious with this massive immigration of Russians, considering the historical suffering of all the ex-USSR countries (and before) caused by the imperial Russia and the bolshevist Moscow latter.
vinm300
vinm300 2 aylar önce
Written in 1855 (Crimean War) "This then is my creed. I look upon Russia as the personification of despotism : in the present state of Poland and Hungary we see her work. Such a power can be curbed only by war, and must be curbed sooner or later, if Europe is to remain free. If we believe that God wills the liberty and happiness of mankind, how can we doubt that we are doing God's work in fighting for liberty against aggression" (The above is a letter sent to Richard Cobden MP)
artspeaks art4hearts
artspeaks art4hearts 2 aylar önce
Authority rightful...needs to do what's right by the citizens.. inclusive and sustainable to let people be
Sandra McPherson
Sandra McPherson Aylar önce
Praying that the lord would send his waring angels to defend Ukraine 🇺🇦 and push back the invading forces and may every plan of the enemy fail. May all the civilians forcible taken from Ukraine be returned including the 200k plus children. May Putin be overthrown and brought to justice along with the soldiers that have committed war crimes
Sami Pan
Sami Pan 2 aylar önce
Till recently some of these same people pretended that there was no war.
Zuriel
Zuriel 2 aylar önce
They even had big Z stickers on their cars
mashkanyc
mashkanyc 2 aylar önce
And now they can happily continue doing that on the beaches of Batumi and techno clubs of Tbilisi 🥰🥰🥴
Retardinho
Retardinho 2 aylar önce
@Drive Hard There is something called VPN. If they wanted to, they could have very well informed themselves. It’s not North Korea. The Russians have no excuse for being uninformed.
ArkadiBolschek
ArkadiBolschek 2 aylar önce
It was _dangerous_ to admit that there was a war.
Sumin Shizzles
Sumin Shizzles 2 aylar önce
Or they even supported the war. Till they were called and now they are shittign their pants and fleeing. I wonder how many russian agitators were inserted as sleeper agents.
中華傲訣
中華傲訣 2 aylar önce
In every major mobilisation or draft, ppl will fled . During Vietnam war draft, many Americans fled to Canada too.
CryptoCSguy
CryptoCSguy 2 aylar önce
I don't blame them for fleeing , even though they ain't conscripted yet they could be at some stage
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