On May 19, the authorities of the Kursk region reported another shelling from the side of Ukraine of the villages of Alekseevka and Dronovka. Since April, a high level of terrorist threat has been introduced in several border regions of Russia. png” alt=”Which border points came under fire from Ukraine. Map” />
On May 19, as a result of the shelling of the village of Tetkino, a man was killed, the governor of Kursk said region Roman Starovoit. This is not the first time this settlement has come under fire: it is located on the border with the Sumy region of Ukraine. In addition, shelling of the village of Alekseevka was repeatedly reported. On May 11, a man was killed during the shelling of the village of Solokhi, Belgorod Region. This is also not the only affected settlement in the region.
In the Belgorod, Bryansk, Kursk regions bordering Ukraine, in two border regions of the Voronezh region, in the north of Crimea and in the territory of several regions of the Krasnodar Territory, since April 11, yellow level of terrorist threat.
The special regime involves the increased work of all law enforcement agencies, and residents of the regions are advised to avoid mass gatherings, always take an identity card with them and be vigilant. Initially, the regime was introduced until April 25. The authorities of the Krasnodar Territory then decided not to extend the level of danger in the Shcherbinovsky and Yeysk districts. In the remaining five regions, the regime was extended until May 25.
There are three levels of terrorist threat: blue (increased) , yellow (high) and red (critical). Yellow is entered if there is confirmed information about the real possibility of a terrorist act, follows from the classification of the National Anti-Terrorism Committee.
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