Metal detectors to be installed on the waterfront in the city of Feodocia in Russia-annexed Crimea, reads a statement published on the City Administration’s website.
“On the eve of Victory Day, the best possible safety conditions will be provided for residents at celebration venues. In this regard, 10 passage points equipped with metal detectors will be installed at Feodosia promenade,” says the report.
The citizens are also asked "not to carry a piercing, sharp and glass objects in order to avoid possible confusion with the representatives of power structures."
“Those wishing to join the parade are recommended to come in good time and have their ID documents,” posted on the website.
It is worth noting that metal detectors were also installed in the city by May 9 last year.
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