17 additional checkpoints to be built in the border areas of the Bryansk region
The governor of the Bryansk region, Alexander Bogomaz, said that at a meeting of the operational headquarters, a decision was made to build an additional 17 checkpoints. They will be located in the border areas of the region.
“Today I myself visited several checkpoints that have already been built. In the near future, employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Russian Guard will take over their service. All this is done so that the residents of the border areas, and with them all the residents of the Bryansk region, feel more secure,” Alexander Bogomaz wrote in his Telegram channel.
On March 2, a group of saboteurs from the territory of Ukraine entered two villages in the Bryansk region. According to the latest reports, two people were killed in the attack and two others were injured, including a ten-year-old boy. On February 9, Oleksandr Bogomaz announced the completion of strengthening the state border with Ukraine.
The Bryansk region has a medium-level response regime. It implies, in particular, strengthening the protection of public order and special control of critical infrastructure.
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