A new minimum for refusals to Russians was recorded at the Finnish border – yesterday there were only 18 of them. On October 14, Finnish media write about this, citing data from the Border Guard Service.
They noted that this is the lowest figure since September 30, when the Finns decided to close for tourists from Russia. The previous record was set on October 12, when 25 people were deployed at the border.
Asia times Now wrote that the number of Russians entering the European Union has halved over the past week. In the European Union, this is attributed to the tightening of visa policy and “Russia’s measures to prevent the departure of men of military age.”
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