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MADRID, May 10. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The Russian authorities have reported this Tuesday that they have extended the alert for a terrorist threat in the districts of Rossosh and Kantemirov, in the Voronezh region, bordering Ukraine.
The alert, which is at the “yellow” level, will remain in force for another fifteen days in the midst of the Ukrainian war, at least until May 11, as reported to the Interfax agency by the Voronezh regional government.
The governor of the area, Alexander Gusev, has stated that “when making this type of decision, priority is given to safety above all else”. “The residents of two of the border districts, as well as the entire region, need not worry. There is no reason for it,” he has said.
On April 11, the governor increased the alert for a terrorist threat in the territory, a measure that has been taken “preventively” and is associated with “possible provocations by Ukraine.”