More than 50,000 Russians flee to Georgia to avoid going to war

The lines of people trying to flee Russia following the Kremlin’s call up of reservists for the war in Ukraine are growing by the day. Finland, Georgia and Kazakhstan, bordering nations, are some of their destinations. Russian state media has warned that recruitment papers will be issued to all eligible men attempting to leave for Georgia, a country that more than 50,000 Russians have already crossed into, according to the Interior Ministry. Melissa Bell has all the details.