A large fire broke out at the warehouse of a pro-Kremlin publishing house near Moscow in the early hours of Tuesday morning, videos show.
At around midnight in the Bogorodsk urban district of the Moscow region, the warehouse of the pro-Kremlin "Prosveshchenie" publishing house, where printed materials were stored, burst into flames, Belarusian news outlet Nexta reported.
There is a large fire at the warehouse of the Pro-Kremlin "Prosveshchenie" publishing house near #Moscow.
Around midnight a hangar in #Bogorodskoe district, where printed materials were stored, burst into flames. pic.twitter.com/EBlfr7Il26 — NEXTA (@nexta_tv) May 3, 2022.
More footage from the "Prosveshchenie" publishing house near #Moscow. pic.twitter.com/Nd7Iy14s2w — NEXTA (@nexta_tv) May 3, 2022.
Videos published by Nexta showed flames engulfing the building and huge plumes of smoke as emergency services attempted to contain the blaze.
The warehouse was used by Russian publishing house Prosveshchenie, which mainly publishes educational books for Russian schools, according to Nexta. »