The plane was not released from Ufa airport to Antalya due to the mobilization of the co-pilot. According to Mash, the passengers of the Azur Air flight were kept on the plane for two hours on the runway, after which they were announced on the speakerphone that due to mobilization and the subsequent ban on crossing the border for the co-pilot, the flight was canceled. Passengers were asked to leave the plane.
According to Mash sources, the co-pilot received a house summons, but ignored it. He was stopped at passport control.
On October 14, it became known that the police were again raiding Russian cities in order to hand over subpoenas. Men are stopped at metro stations in Moscow. Passengers spoke about serving subpoenas at the Botanichesky Sad, Alekseevskaya, Novokosino, Shchelkovskaya and other stations. The police are also on duty near the entrances, combing shopping centers and markets. The Insider collected only some cases of illegal raids on Russians.
On October 9, activists of the “Food Not Bombs” project reported that the police were conducting raids on the homeless in Moscow, after which they were issued subpoenas and taken to the military registration and enlistment offices.