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These $300,000 Luxury Bomb Shelters Are Increasing In Demand After Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has made the demands for bomb shelters soar.

An Italian bomb shelter company, Minus Energie, said inquiries about its products reached unprecedented levels since Russian forces crossed the border into Ukraine on February 24.

Minus Energie has only built 50 bomb shelters in the past 20 years. after the Russian attack on Ukraine, the company has received more than 500 inquiries about its bomb shelters.

Minus Energie’s smallest bunker starts at a price of $32,000, at a price of between $1,300 to $2,100 per square meter. The U.S.-based Rising S Company has also received escalated attention over the last two weeks.

Ron Hubbard, the CEO of Atlas Survival Shelters, said “I’ve never seen it like this because we’ve seen Russia invade a sovereign country. A lot of people who were on the fence are like, ‘Let’s do this.'”

The New York Times has called it the world’s “manifestations of its anxieties and desires for self-defense have shifted from the masks, vaccines, and lockdowns of Covid to the bunkers, iodine pills, and air raid sirens of nuclear war.”

France-based Artemis Protection offers luxury bomb shelters for a cost of between $300,000 and $500,000, depending on requirements. The company’s founder, Mathieu Séranne stated that he has received 500 bomb shelter inquiries over the last two weeks.

On March 9, the European Union said it is “extremely concerned by the nuclear safety, security and safeguards risks caused by the Russian invasion on Ukraine and the potential damage to its nuclear facilities that could have a significant impact with potentially severe consequences for human health and the environment.” 

This rising demand for bomb shelters is quite alarming and let’s hope the world does not have to resort to this.

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