In four villages of the Belgorod region - Krasny Khutor, Naumovka, Novaya Naumovka and Vtoraya Naumovka of the Krasnooktyabrsky rural settlement - an emergency regime (ES) was introduced. This was stated by the head of the regional administration Vladimir Pertsev in Telegram.
According to him, the inhabitants of these villages will be relocated "to a safe place." The decision was made at a meeting of the Commission for the Prevention and Elimination of Emergency Situations and Fire Safety of the Belgorod District. The head of administration also reminded that residents of these villages will be paid compensation in the amount of 10,000 rubles "for renting housing within the Belgorod region." The authorities decided to pay 15 thousand to families with many children. An additional 3,000 rubles will be paid for the food of each child in the family.
“Dear residents! Ensuring your safety is our top priority. I remain in place, all operational services are on duty around the clock. Remember, together we can get through this!
Earlier, in the Belgorod region, which is subjected to retaliatory shelling after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, they began to install "protective structures." Gladkov published a photo of concrete gouges, which should protect against the passage of equipment, such as tanks.
Since the beginning of the war, the Belgorod region has been regularly under fire, the authorities have already reported the death of civilians. So, on October 22, Gladkov informed that in the city of Shebekino, two civilians were killed as a result of shelling, almost 15 thousand people were disconnected from electricity due to a shell hit. On the evening of October 13, explosions thundered near the village of Oktyabrsky, after which a fire broke out. Baza reported that several employees of the National Guard were killed, and 14 more were injured of varying severity. In addition, on October 15, according to the Ministry of Defense, two citizens of "one of the CIS countries" opened fire at a training ground in the Belgorod region. As a result, 11 people were killed and 15 injured.