According to North Ossetian authorities, a queue of 3,500 cars has gathered at the Upper Lars border crossing point. The head of the republic ordered to organize an electronic queue for cars at the exit to Georgia, reports MK.
Over the past week, 37,500 cars and over 115,000 people crossed the border in both directions through Upper Lars. This is 23% more than a week earlier.
Earlier it was reported that Russian servicemen on APCs were spotted on the Russian-Georgian border near the Upper Lars checkpoint. The Russian Federal Security Service confirmed this fact to RBC, noting that this was done in case people standing in line decided to break the border.