In Russia’s far east, fear and defiance against military call-up

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In russia’s far east, fear and defiance against military call-up

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “In Russia’s far east, fear and defiance against military call-up” – below is their description.

Long queues have formed at Russia’s land borders as people try to escape President Putin’s mobilisation of reservist forces.

Flights out if the country are also said to be full, with tickets to the few countries that allow Russians visa-free travel selling at inflated prices.

Serbia is one of just a few countries to which Russians can travel without a visa.

Al Jazeera’s @Jonah Hull has this report from the capital, Belgrade.

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