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Emergency calls in Primorye will work without a SIM card

According to the Department of Civil Protection of the Primorsky Territory, as a result of the creation of system-112, each resident of Primorye will be able to make a free call to emergency operational services - fire brigade, police, ambulance, emergency gas service and others by dialing a single call number. It is important that the subscriber can call the rescue service in the absence of funds on the personal account and even without a SIM card in the phone.

The creation of the system in the region will take at least 3-4 years, since it requires the connection of each of the 34 municipalities to it. The law on the emergency call number "112" obliges cellular operators to provide information about the location of the subscriber from whom the emergency call came.

“But when the system is created, the subscriber, dialing the“ 112 ”number, will automatically fall on the 112 system operator of the Primorye municipality in which it is located. This will help to more quickly provide the applicant with the necessary assistance. In addition, the system will need to include a large database, cartographic information, dock with GLONASS. Psychologists and translators will be connected to the system, ”the specialists emphasize.
Already by the end of this year, it is planned to introduce in Vladivostok an interactive information help system of voice answering machine with the possibility of redirection to 101, 102, 103, 104 numbers before creating a full-featured 112 system.

“It is also noteworthy that every single call will be recorded on a computer. The duty officer will not be able to ignore any of them, ”- noted in the EDDS.

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