NALCHIK ― The death toll of natives of Kabardino-Balkaria in the Ukraine conflict has risen to at least 61, according to official reports. Akhmed Khushtov, a serviceman mobilised from the Terek district, was among those killed on November 6.
On February 13, 2022, RIA Novosti released its latest ranking of Russian regions based on the quality of life. The ranking was compiled using data from various sources, including Rosstat, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Finance, the Central Bank, and other publicly available sources.
Experts have warned that the lack of concern for the seismic resilience of homes in Dagestan by the authorities could result in devastating consequences in the event of a strong earthquake. This was highlighted following the recent devastating earthquake in Turkey. Despite objections from the Ministry of Construction of Dagestan, construction in the region is still being carried out without proper consideration for seismic hazards.
SUKHUM / AQW'A -- The ArtsakhGas company announced today that the gas supply to Nagorno-Karabakh has been partially resumed and will only be provided to the homes of residents.
On February 6th, the operational headquarters of Nagorno-Karabakh reported that Azerbaijan had cut off gas supplies to the republic for the fourth time in 20 days. This has resulted in the discontinuation of classes in junior and middle schools, causing concern among parents who want their children to receive at least online lessons to maintain the quality of their education.
As reported by authorities and law enforcement agencies, the war in Ukraine has resulted in the death of at least 753 military personnel from the North Caucasus Federal District and 547 fighters from the Southern Federal District. The majority of casualties are located in Dagestan.