A surge of attacks with weapons is recorded in the border regions.
In January-October of this year, the Russian Federation, which started a war against Ukraine, recorded a surge in crimes involving the use of weapons.
As reported by the Russian publication “RBK”, according to the data of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, the total number of registered crimes in the country decreased by 1.7% compared to the previous year. At the same time, the number of serious and especially serious crimes committed by organized groups or criminal communities increased by 21.5%.
And the number of recorded offenses committed with the use of weapons, ammunition, explosives and explosive devices increased by 29.7% compared to last year.
It is interesting that the largest increase in such crimes is in the border regions, from the territory of which the Russians attack Ukraine with rockets and artillery shells.
Thus, in the Kursk border region, 675% more crimes with the use of weapons were recorded than a year ago. Next in the leaders are the border region of Belgorod and the capital – Moscow (213% and 203%, respectively).
The situation on the Russian-Ukrainian border – what is happening in the Belgorod and Kursk regions
In the regions of Russia bordering Ukraine, the flight restriction regime continues to operate. From these regions, the Russians regularly launch rockets and artillery shells at the cities of Ukraine.
In the Kursk border region, as reported by Ukrainian intelligence, the occupiers are using the territory of the Kursk NPP and related enterprises for missile storage and maintenance. The aggressor country can store Iranian kamikaze drones there.
Sometimes there are explosions near the border regions of the Russian Federation.
In September, the Russian mass media reported with reference to the relatives of the Russian policemen that the policemen were being taken to the Ukrainian border, to the settlement of Valuyka. They are allegedly involved in the security of the Belgorod region.
In October, it became known that Russia had moved personnel and equipment from the military base in the city of Valuyki in the Belgorod region.
In November, it became known that fortifications were being built in the region. The governor of the Belgorod region, Vyacheslav Gladkov, published footage of the construction of fortifications on the border of the Belgorod region and Ukraine.
Also, schools in the Belgorod region of the Russian Federation, which borders Ukraine, were transferred to distance learning.