Two-thirds of the residents left the village of Tetkino in the Kursk region due to shelling

Two-thirds of the residents left the village of Tetkino in the Kursk region due to shelling

Two-thirds of the residents of the border village of Tetkino, Glushkovsky district, Kursk region, left the village due to regular shelling from Ukraine. How reported At a weekly operational meeting in the government, Governor Roman Starovoyt, those who left are accommodated mainly with their relatives, as well as in temporary accommodation centers deployed in the region. According to open data, about 4 thousand people lived in the village in 2021.

The head of the region said that work on the resettlement of Tetkino residents will continue. According to him, those wishing to leave the village can contact the district administration, which will provide comprehensive and round-the-clock assistance in moving. “We are well aware that the shelling is likely to continue as long as we see the successes of our military personnel as part of a special military operation. The Ukrainian regime has no other chances other than committing sabotage and terrorist attacks,” Mr. Starovoit concluded.

The governor also noted at the meeting that the regional authorities, together with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the Russian National Guard, the border department and the Ministry of Internal Affairs, are strengthening the territorial garrison. This work is carried out around the clock and is under the control of the Minister of Defense and the leadership of the General Staff.

The village of Tetkino, located near the border, regularly comes under fire from Ukraine. Yesterday, March 31, as a result of shelling of a populated area suffered local resident. A fire also occurred at an enterprise located in the village. On Thursday, March 28, six houses were damaged as a result of falling shells in Tetkino.

Temporary resettlement of people is also taking place in the Belgorod region, which is daily subjected to heavy shelling from Ukraine. Last month, authorities asked residents of the border Grayvoronsky district to leave dangerous areas. In addition, more than 7 thousand children have already been taken from the region to other constituent entities of the Russian Federation.

Sergey Tolmachev, Voronezh

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