A flurry of anonymous calls about mining of buildings in Russian cities reached Moscow. In the Russian capital was evacuated four station, the building of the University and REU them. Plekhanov, as well as several shopping centers. According to preliminary estimates, due to the actions of “telephone terrorists” the losses of the business exceeded 170 million rubles, writes The Bell.

In Moscow because of reports of bomb scare, in particular, was evacuated Kiev, Leningrad, Yaroslavl and Kazan railway stations, the hotel “Azimut Hotel”, “Star”, “Space”, several universities, business centers and shopping centers, including GUM.

The greatest direct losses because of the false calls suffered shopping malls. In conversation with journalists one of the capital advisors commercial real estate has estimated the annual revenue from the rental of the evacuated largest shopping centers – “metropolis” to “Voykovskaya” – to 5 billion rubles a year. Revenue “APIMELL”, whose visitors also evacuated in 2016 amounted to $ 50 million (3.4 billion rubles).

Thus, the daily receipts “metropolis” and “APIMELL” makes 13,7 million roubles and 9.3 million, respectively. If shopping malls from idle to lose only the portion of income that is paid as a percentage of the turnover of tenants, then the stores lose all the revenue.

According to preliminary data, as a result of the actions of hooligans who spread false reports of bomb scare, the tenants of “metropolis” and “APIMELL” suffered damages in the amount of RUB 100 million and 70 million, respectively, the newspaper notes.

Wave about “mining” in Russia began on September 10 and lasts for four days. First came the evacuation of the administrative building of Omsk, and then people evacuated from the Mall, station and schools on Sakhalin, in Vladivostok, Ufa, Sterlitamak, Krasnoyarsk, Ryazan, Magadan, Perm, Arkhangelsk.



The shops of Moscow has lost millions of rubles due to the wave of false reports of terrorist attacks 14.09.2017

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