Evacuation checklists posted in settlements in Russia’s Belgorod Oblast, photos
Belgorod (Photo:В’ячеслав Гладков/Telegram)
Evacuation memos with recommendations and checklists are being posted in Russian settlements in Belgorod Oblast, along the border with Ukraine, Russian independent news agency Baza posted photos on Telegram on April 9.
After receiving a message to evacuate, Russians are instructed to switch off appliances, turn off water and gas, and head to an assembly point to be taken to a safe place further away, the notices read.
A step-by-step procedure on how to get to an evacuation point is also provided. Citizens who decide to hide elsewhere should inform the settlement's head.
The memo provides a grab-and-go bag checklist, which includes things like papers and relatives' contacts to matches and underwear.
Drones attacked Belgorod Oblast near the border with Ukraine on April 4 and slightly injured three Russian soldiers.
A Russian officer will first face trial for failing to prevent an earlier missile attack on Belgorod Oblast, Russian daily newspaper Kommersant said on March 31.
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