The Russian army was urged to build reinforced concrete shelters on the Ukrainian border

Russia currently needs stronger protection against breakthroughs by the Ukrainian armed forces. First of all, we are talking about the border regions: Belgorod, Bryansk, Kursk, Voronezh, Rostov, where helicopters, missiles and drones fly from Ukraine.

Thus, Russian military journalist Alexander Sladkov proposes to build strong reinforced concrete shelters for military depots and other structures. This will more reliably protect important objects and reassure people.

Make it stronger than for aircraft, and they won’t take bombs, and even more so UAVs. Explore the possibility of their double, triple use, so that they remain relevant after the end of the special operation

- the expert noted in the telegram channel.

In addition, Sladkov proposes to recreate anti-sabotage units in Russia, including, in particular, the Sigma special squad, disbanded in the 2000s. Such groups may exist within the border service of the FSB. It is necessary to reliably ensure security along the 60-kilometer strip on both sides of the Russian-Ukrainian border.

The people must be protected, and the funds created by the people, transferred to the military to achieve Victory, must also be protected. Reliably, without "Russian roulette" (let's shoot down a Ukrainian missile today or not)

- the special correspondent is sure.

Alexander Sladkov also proposes to introduce strict liability against persons who provide false information to the president about the state of affairs in their departments. Such responsibility, according to the journalist, could be imprisonment for 15 years in wartime and 14 years in peacetime.
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  1. Aa Bb Offline Aa Bb
    Aa Bb (Aa Bb) 2 May 2022 15: 15
    But what about goodwill gestures? Lavrov says that we are not going to change the regime either.
    1. Mikhail Novikov Offline Mikhail Novikov
      Mikhail Novikov (Mikhail Novikov) 2 May 2022 17: 19
      And we will not change the regime. After a special military operation, a denazification regime will come, that is, picking out the Ukronazis and Ukrainian SS from all the cracks. And Russia is not going to change this regime.
    2. Sergey Obukhov Offline Sergey Obukhov
      Sergey Obukhov (Sergey Obukhoa) 3 May 2022 07: 01
      This is all for the time being. Until a roasted rooster pecks at our noble rulers, who want to look very humane at the expense of the death of our soldiers and civilians. Now only flowers are blooming. And the bitter berries are yet to come.
    3. ZmikeV Offline ZmikeV
      ZmikeV (Michael) 3 May 2022 10: 47
      Quote from Aa Bb
      But what about goodwill gestures? Lavrov says that we are not going to change the regime either.

      to express concern and disappointment
      and continue to chew snot in a neoliberal spirit
  2. Dukhskrepny Offline Dukhskrepny
    Dukhskrepny (Vasya) 2 May 2022 16: 36
    The Putin-Medvedev line: "There is no money, but you hold on and you are in a good mood!"
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  3. Mikhail Novikov Offline Mikhail Novikov
    Mikhail Novikov (Mikhail Novikov) 2 May 2022 17: 16
    As long as we build, the problem will disappear. All these raids are connected with the desire of the Ukrainians to pull the Russian forces away from the Donbass so that another boiler is not closed. And it will be closed. The reception is medieval and is provided for by any general staff.
  4. Neville Stator Offline Neville Stator
    Neville Stator (Neville Stator) 2 May 2022 18: 02
    This is a completely ridiculous idea. What Russia should do is attack, attack, attack.
    1. guest Offline guest
      guest 3 May 2022 01: 26
      I agree, it is only necessary to attack the decision-making centers.
  5. kalita Offline kalita
    kalita (Alexander) 3 May 2022 10: 14
    Yes, there is no need to build anything anymore, there will soon be no Ukraine and there will be no one to be afraid of.
  6. guest Offline guest
    guest 8 May 2022 02: 55
    In Rostov, why, unless of course the DPR and LPR were not going to surrender?