The yellow level of terrorist danger has been extended in the Belgorod region until June 9. This was announced on May 25 by the governor of the region Vyacheslav Gladkov.
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“The yellow level of terrorist alert has been extended for another two weeks. And it is valid on the territory of the Belgorod region until June 9, ”he wrote in his Telegram channel.
For the first time, the yellow level of terrorist danger in the Belgorod region was introduced on April 11. Since then, it has been renewed every two weeks.
On May 19, it was reported that the Investigative Committee of Russia (TFR) opened criminal cases on the facts of shelling of settlements in the Belgorod and Kursk regions by Ukraine, carried out on that day, as well as the day before and on May 17.
On May 18, in the Belgorod village of Solokhi, 19 houses were damaged as a result of the shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU), of which 14 were damaged again. The governor of the region noted that in total, restoration work would need to be carried out in 59 houses, but it was decided to stabilization of the situation in the village. In addition, one person was injured during the shelling of the village.
The day before, the village of Bezymeno in the Belgorod region was shelled by Ukraine. The power line was damaged.
At the same time, on May 13, the press service of the government of the Belgorod region reported that 124 objects damaged as a result of shelling by the Ukrainian military had been completely restored in the region.
The regions bordering Ukraine have previously been shelled by the Ukrainian military. So, on April 26 and 19, the village of Golovchino, Belgorod Region, was shelled, on April 25, the village of Nekhoteevka, and on April 14, the villages of Spodaryusheno and Zhuravlevka in the same region. The village of Klimovo in the Bryansk region also came under fire on April 14.
The yellow level of terrorist danger operates in five northern and two eastern regions of Crimea, in the territories of Belgorod, Bryansk, Kursk and in two regions of the Voronezh region.