Russian President Vladimir Putin’s paranoia has grown to such an extent that the Russian dictator has created a global network of secret nuclear war bunkers stretching from Moscow to the Ural. At the same time, active construction of new shelters continues.
Russian investigative journalist Oleg Roldugin said this in an interview with the opposition TV channel “Dozhd”.
“Bunkers construction started at Soviet times and were ment for the first persons of the state, but recently the construction process has intensified. There are definitely bunkers in Moscow and in the Ural, there are bunkers in the Volga region,” Roldugin said.
Putin’s official and unofficial shelter system
Roldugin clsims that Putin’s shelter system is divided into two parts – official and unofficial. The first part is managed by a structure called the Main Directorate of Special Programs under the President of Russia – it reports directly to Putin.
The depth of the Moscow tunnels is up to 200 meters – this was found out by the diggers, many of whom were later sentenced to real or conditional terms. After Putin came to power, the renovation of the bunkers was taken up with new vigor, 55 million rubles were spent on the renovation of three elevators, which allows us to talk about the very deep location of the bunkers of the Russian dictator.
The official system of bunkers also includes the well-known “Metro-2” – a system of shelters that has been built and expanded since Stalin’s time and connects the Kremlin with numerous bunkers in Moscow, Moscow suburbs and even Kaluga.
This also includes the complex in Yamantau – a special government bunker built in the mountains between Magnitogorsk and Ufa. Recently, construction has intensified in the closed territorial formation of Mizhhirya, which is believed to be a cover for the complex – the access protocol there was absurd, and now it is just impossible to get into ZATU at all.
“By these scales, you can judge the depth, what kind of elevators and what type of underground shelters are hidden under Moscow. The structure, which specializes in the creation of mines for missile launchers, was involved in modernization. Many bunkers are connected to each other by tunnels that diverge for tens of kilometers,” said Roldugin.
The second part of the bunkers is much more interesting, unofficial. Private Putin bunkers are being built by the same people who built the Russian president’s official shelters and tunnels under the house in Gelendzhik. And the number of these private bunkers is amazingly large.
The construction contractor of both systems, GUSP is the legal successor of the Fifth Administration of the Council of Ministers of the RSFSR. The main task of this structure under the USSR was new bunkers construction and modernization of existing ones – just in case of the Last War. Since 2015, GUSP has been managed by Aleksandr Linets, who previously was in charge of FSB, Russia’s Southern Military District. I
n 2020, Linets received an apartment in the building of President’s Affairs Office in Veliky Tyshinsky Lane in Moscow – which indicates Putin’s unprecedented trust, since the head of the Kremlin administration Anton Vaino, the head of the Foreign Intelligence Service Sergey Naryshkin, the head of the Investigative Committee live in the same building Aleksandr Bastrykin.
The GUSP includes a number of known and a large number of unknown military units that are located and operate throughout the territory of Russia. The selection in these units is extremely strict.
By the way, a suspicious signal, according to Roldugin, may be the fact that recently in Russia they began to massively sign state contracts related to the preparation of bunkers for nuclear war – contracts for the verification of radiation and chemical intelligence devices, for the purchase wire detecting channels the leakage of speech information and devices for detecting bugs, the purchase of equipment for the formation of a system for setting up vibroacoustic and acoustic obstacles, hardware and software psychodiagnostic complexes, breathing apparatus for compressed air, and so on.