I have a question about a sentence I am working on (see below). What I am a little puzzled about is the: "пункты на некоторых страницах метро." in the sentence: "Также есть государственные пункты на некоторых страницах метро."

What does this mean and is there a real life link? Can this be translated into that the offices are located in some subway exits or entrances? How would you as russian speaker interpret "на некоторых страницах метро."?

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There is an obvious typo there, it should be "на станциях метро" - 'at the metro stations', not "на страницах метро" which has no meaning at all.

  • Большое спасибо Oct 31, 2015 at 11:59
  • Strictly speaking, "на страницах Метро" could have a meaning, if you're referring to metronews.ru
    – Dmitri
    Mar 29, 2016 at 8:41
  • @Dmitri - Come on! What kind of пункты are there on those pages if to accept it's about a news site? Besides, there's no capital letter in the original text, and the names of mass media should be in the quotation marks.
    – Yellow Sky
    Mar 29, 2016 at 10:57

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