Posted 22 августа 2022,, 14:43

Published 22 августа 2022,, 14:43

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Signposts to bomb shelters will be placed on the streets of Sevastopol

Signposts to bomb shelters will be placed on the streets of Sevastopol

22 августа 2022, 14:43
The Governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev, instructed to place signs on the streets of the city to bomb shelters. At the same time, he said that nothing threatens the city.

According to RIA Novosti, the need to place notices about the location of bomb shelters is dictated by the fact that residents ask questions on social networks about where the shelters are located in Sevastopol and what condition they are in.

The governor noted that Sevastopol is under a reliable air defense dome, however, in order for the alarm to be training, "it is better to know where the shelters are." Since the “yellow level” of danger is still in effect in Sevastopol, the authorities checked the condition of the shelters over the weekend.

“I gave instructions to place signs everywhere where shelters are located. Mark cellars with signs with phone numbers and apartments where the keys are located”, - the agency quotes Razvozhayev as saying.

The concern of the residents was caused by the recent operation of the air defense system in Sevastopol. Thanks to the protection system, it was possible to shoot down a drone over the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol.

Earlier it became known that residents of the Bryansk region appealed to the authorities of the region with a request to make the basements of houses suitable for use as shelters during shelling. At a meeting with the authorities, residents complained that in some houses there are no basements where one can hide, “and if there is, then there is dust, dirt in them, there are no normal ventilation windows, in some there is water.” Pensioners are not able to equip cellars at their own expense. Residents asked the officials to bring the cellars into human conditions for temporary stay during the shelling.