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NewsAndrey Chibis took personal control of the situation with tourists stuck near Teriberka

Andrey Chibis took personal control of the situation with tourists stuck near Teriberka

The Arctic Governor recorded a video message to northerners and guests of the region regarding the situation near Teriberka. He urged travelers to take weather warnings responsibly.

On Thursday, March 30, Andrey Chibis, governor of the Murmansk region, posted on his Telegram channel a video message to northerners and Arctic guests about the situation near Teriberka, where several dozen cars were stuck in the snow.

The head of the region thanked the Ministry of Emergency Situations and special services for their prompt and well-coordinated work, and also reminded everyone who will visit the Murmansk region of the need to follow information and warnings regarding road closures and deteriorating weather conditions. terms. He added that he was keeping the current situation under personal control.

Andrey Chibis also announced a meeting with the people of Kandalaksha, which will be held as part of his unscheduled visit to the city. It will be held at the Children’s Music School No. 1 on Pervomayskaya, 34 at 7:00 p.m. Anyone can come.

Recall that earlier “The Eastern Heraldin Murmansk” said that the provision of assistance to stranded travelers near Teriberka is controlled by the prosecutor’s office.

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