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Deputy calls for closing beaches near military sites in Krasnodar and Sevastopol

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Dmitry Gusev, a State Duma deputy from the Just Russia party, wrote to Mikhail Razvozzhayev, the Russian-appointed head of Sevastopol, and Veniamin Kondratyev, the governor of Krasnodar Krai, urging them to close access to all recreational areas located near strategic and military sites. Gusev shared his appeal on his Telegram channel on June 25.

According to Dmitry Gusev, the necessity for such a measure "became evident" after the shelling of a beach in Sevastopol. The Uchkuyevka beach is "located in close proximity to a military site that is constantly targeted by the Ukrainian regime," the deputy asserted.

"This will cause inconvenience to locals and tourists and will lead to business losses, especially during the high summer season. However, only this measure can guarantee citizens' safety," the letter states.

Sevastopol came under shelling in the afternoon of June 23. The Russian Ministry of Defense claimed that the city had been attacked by the Ukrainian Armed Forces using US ATACMS missiles. Four individuals, including two children, died in the attack, and another 151 were injured. Fragments of missiles landed on the Uchkuyevka and Lyubimovka beaches, which were subsequently closed for two days. Children from various regions continue to stay in children's centers along the Crimean coastline. For instance, residents of Ivanovo, who had sent their children to the Artek summer camp, were promised that early departures would be organized "if necessary."


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