Germany will grant asylum to soldiers fleeing mobilization in Russia

German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser said that those who refuse to join the military in Russia, where partial mobilization has been declared, can apply for asylum in Germany.

Faeser told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, “As a rule, fugitive soldiers under threat of heavy repression enjoy international protection in Germany. Anyone who bravely opposes Vladimir Putin’s regime and therefore puts themselves in great danger, on grounds of political persecution, must be in Germany. can apply for asylum. said.

Nancy Faeser stated that Germany has already been receiving persecuted and threatened Russian dissidents for months.

Justice Minister Marco Buschmann said: “Anyone who hates Putin and loves liberal democracy can join us in Germany.” said.

TICKETS ARE SOLD QUICKLY

One-way flights in Russia quickly sold out after Putin ordered the immediate recall of 300,000 reservists.

According to Aviasales data, there was great interest in tickets to Turkey and Armenia, which do not impose sanctions on Russian citizens, while one-way tickets were sold out.

No planes appear until 28 September on flights from Moscow to Istanbul via Russia’s largest airline Aeroflot.

PUTIN’S MOBILIZATION DECISION

Russian President Vladimir Putin declared a partial mobilization in Ukraine, stating that they support the independence decisions of Donbas, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions.

Stating that only citizens with certain experience will be called up for military service for mobilization, Putin said, “Only citizens who have served in the reserve status and especially in the army, who have a certain military record and relevant experience will be called up for military service. Those called up for military service will receive additional military training based on special military operations experience.” said.

The article is in Turkish

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