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The war in Ukraine frightened the French, so they sought a buried magical solution.

The war in Ukraine frightened the French, so they sought a buried magical solution.

However, in an interview with Sky News Arabia, Matos murmured French Less affluent population Europe Based on the number of shelters.

Matos was one of the French who decided to restore the foundation of his house following the war UkraineIn anticipation of the arrival of the fire brigade in France.

Stephen adds: “As soon as the war broke out, my wife panicked Gates of EuropeAlso, to allay her fears, we decided to seek out one of the companies building shelters in Lyon to strengthen ourselves in the event of a conflict.

Stephen was one of many Frenchmen who were terrified after the start of Russian military operations in Ukraine, especially after Russian forces took control of the Chernobyl power plant, and then the fighting that erupted around the Zaporozhye power plant. Fear of a third world war or radiation leak.

According to official figures, France has only about a thousand shelters, including 400 private and 600 military camps, a relatively small number compared to other European countries.

Nuclear protection ratio “zero”

Matteo Serron, president and founder of Artemis Productions, a leading manufacturer of shelters in France, told Sky News Arabia that the percentage of French protection from radiation leaks was “or not” compared to the number of shelters in France and the population of 67 million.

He continues: “Scenes of Ukrainians staying in shelters have fueled demand for shelters in France, and this translates to the number of news we receive daily about the financial cost of these shelters, which exceeded 700 requests over a period of 15 days. We have already begun construction on about 20 shelters. “.

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The French company offers reinforced concrete anti-nuclear shelters to withstand “nuclear, nuclear, radiological, biological or chemical accidents, explosions or missile attacks.”

Shelters range in size from 6 to 100 square meters and can be provided for a maximum of three months.

The cost of these constructions, which require administrative approval for its construction, will vary depending on the area the client wants to add to his hideout and the addition.

Matteo Seron confirms that they are proposing shelters with a 6-meter ventilation system that can only protect against possible explosions for a few days.

But as for nuclear radiation, it must be protected for weeks, so they provide more than 20 square meters of cases and can reach up to 100 square meters as needed.

“Actually, it’s like buying a car, the customer can add a lot of options,” he explains. “Without options, the six-meter model sells for 9 149,000. The more extensive 20-square-meter block can be duplicated with options: water and generators.” Bed, kitchen area and bathroom. Here, the bill goes up to about 300,000 euros. “

“Shelter in my garden”

According to Florence Sonar, he began to market buried temporary savings Isolation in FranceIt is the most secure shelter buried in the home garden, allowing its customers to seek protection from weather events such as storms or hurricanes. Ukraine.

“My phone didn’t stop ringing,” he said. “My shelters are in high demand inside and outside France. I have received many requests in the last few days since I started my business three. Many years ago. Fear of the nuclear danger is very important.” Motivation for my new customers.

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Classic accommodation costs a minimum of € 60,000, for example, including beds, dry toilets and kitchen area. The other can be fitted with a walk-in shower or even a cinema room. Different requests of customers with different fees. But the common denominator between them is that Florence ensures the secrecy of its whereabouts.

Unlike in France, bunkers are very widespread in some places European countries Others, such as Finland, Sweden and Switzerland, have made shelter mandatory in new construction since the 1960s, and many now use it as a base in their homes.

In terms of numbers, there are about 9 million shelters in Switzerland alone, which can accommodate the total population of the country not exceeding 8.6 million.