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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Regardie has secured the key facilities in the Crimea


The national guard has secured the strategically important sites in the Crimean Peninsula. Among them is the power bridge to the Crimea and the nuclear reactor in Sevastopol. Under the protection of Regardie is also a children’s camp “Artek”.


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Brigade of National guard troops temporarily to protect the power bridge to Crimea. This was announced by Deputy Director of Regardie Lieutenant-General Oleg Borukaev, reports RIA Novosti.

At the moment, he said, is also developing a plan for permanent protection of the bridge across the Kerch Strait (now doing private security companies). Recall that in late June, the Crimean authorities announced the disruption of sabotage in the Kerch Strait, the aim of which was the interruption of ferry service between the Peninsula and mainland Russia.

According to Borukaev, currently an interdepartmental working group on the basis of the Federal bodies of Executive power – it examines potential hazards that may occur on the transport transition.

In addition, said Lieutenant-General, under the protection of Regardie are such important objects as the Sevastopol nuclear reactor and a children’s camp “Artek”. “We placed it on a unit, which is responsible for the safety of children,” he said.

In General, the list of objects across all Russia is still evolving, said Borukaev. Potential threats will appreciate the inter-Ministerial working group, after which they will decide which objects will be protected only Regarde and which in cooperation with other agencies.

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