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Residence of Putin burns down in Altai: Media show photos

Residence of Putin burns down in Altai: Media show photos Photo: Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Getty Images)
Author: Daryna Vialko

There was a fire at the unofficial residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin, located in Altai, according to Sirena on Telegram.

As the agency notes, one of the buildings was almost completely destroyed by the fire.

The photo published by Sirena shows a heavy fire engulfing Putin's residence building.

The journalists clarified that the residence was disguised as the Altai Yard sanatorium complex, which belongs to Gazprom. Information about the classified construction of the sanatorium first appeared in 2010.

Gazprom stated that the sanatorium was necessary for holding meetings with business partners, corporate events, and hosting foreign guests.

Local Russian opposition figures have repeatedly claimed a connection between this complex and the Kremlin's head.

There have also been reports in the media suggesting that one of Putin's bunkers is located there, where he could fly in during the COVID pandemic.

What preceded it

Last week, the representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine, Andrii Yusov, said that the Main Intelligence Directorate knew about the location of Vladimir Putin's bunkers.

Yusov refused to disclose the number of the Kremlin leader's bunkers.