War in Ukraine: Russian cities put up signposts to bomb shelters

Is it some kind of blame game, preparation for an emergency, or just overzealousness? Signposts to bomb shelters have been hung up in several Russian cities against the background of the war of aggression in Ukraine launched by Moscow.

War in Ukraine: Russian cities put up signposts to bomb shelters

Is it some kind of blame game, preparation for an emergency, or just overzealousness? Signposts to bomb shelters have been hung up in several Russian cities against the background of the war of aggression in Ukraine launched by Moscow. This is reported by several media.

"In Rostov-on-Don, such a sign has been placed in the city center," reported the Internet portal Mediazona. Above all, regions near the Ukrainian border are affected by this official measure. There are also reports from the cities of Kursk, Belgorod and Bryansk.

In Belgorod, which is around 40 kilometers from the Ukrainian border, 700 such signs are to be installed by the end of November. The city with around 350,000 inhabitants has been shelled several times since the beginning of the war. Russia blames Ukraine for this. However, she usually does not comment on such allegations.

In the western Russian regional capital of Bryansk, according to reports, the first cellars have been designated as shelters since August, as has the small town of Klintsy in the same area.

But not only cities near the border in Russia are taking precautionary measures. The authorities in the city of Novokuznetsk, where bomb shelters and corresponding signs have now also appeared, were particularly careful. Novokuznetsk is located in southern Siberia, a good 3000 kilometers as the crow flies from Ukraine.

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