KURSK, February 3. /TASS/. The Kursk Region authorities have extended the high (yellow) terrorist threat level. It is extended from February 4 for the period of increased measures to protect and defend the region's territory, the region’s governor Roman Starovoit said on Friday.
"We are extending the yellow terrorist threat level in the Kursk Region from February 4 for the entire period when increased measures are required to protect and defend our territory. I will definitely inform about all possible changes in the situation," Starovoit wrote on his Telegram channel.
The head of the region asked residents to remain vigilant and report suspicious citizens, abandoned objects and drones to 112.
Since April 11, 2022, the Kursk Region has been under a high level of terrorist threat, which has been extended several times. Since October 19, the region has been in a medium alert: the control on the border territories has been introduced, Kurchatov, where the Kursk nuclear power plant is located, has been under enhanced security, the protection of infrastructure and educational facilities has been increased. The inspection of railway and automobile stations was intensified, and special alarm buttons were installed in city buses.