In St. Petersburg, in the department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for migration of the Frunzensky district, men who came to receive a foreign passport are given summons to the military registration and enlistment office. One of the men who received the summons told Fontanka about this. He noted that he did not pass military service, he also did not study at the military department.
The district administration noted that an employee of the military commissariat is legally in the Federal Migration Service and has the right to fill out and hand over subpoenas.
On October 14, Paper wrote that men from Vsevolozhsk, Leningrad Region, who came for passports, were given subpoenas. This publication was reported by a resident of the region. According to him, Russian passports were taken away from the men in the corridor of the Vsevolozhsk migration department, and then people in uniform handed summons.
On October 14, it became known that policemen in Russian cities were once again rounding up to hand over subpoenas to men. Police officers stop men at metro stations in Moscow. Also, the police are on duty near the entrances to the residential complex, "combing" shopping centers and markets. The Insider has collected some cases of illegal raids on Russians.