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Governor of Kamchatka has checked the storage base of the regional reserve

The governor of Kamchatka Krai, Vladimir Ilyukhin, visited the regional reserve storage base, located in the suburb of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The head of the region examined the warehouses of the base, checked their occupancy and range of property.

As the Minister of Special Programs and Cossack Affairs Sergey Khabarov explained, the base was created 10 years ago in case of emergencies. Today, the property of the regional reserve is estimated at almost 300 million rubles. According to Khabarov, the Kamchatka base is one of the best in the Far Eastern Federal District.

Today, the marginal reserve in case of emergencies allows providing more than 15 thousands of people with everything needed. There are various equipment and technology: power plants, water tanks, bakeries, modular boiler rooms and much more.

"There are tents, beds, clothes, children's things - that is, if a person as a result of an emergency remains on the street, having nothing at all, we will be able to provide him with the necessary property and clothing for the first time," said Sergei Khabarov.

The Minister drew attention to the fact that a new storage facility was built specifically for the placement of equipment. He was put into operation this year. Storing equipment in a closed room allows you to increase its service life and reliability.

Governor Vladimir Ilyukhin approved the work done and noted that the stock of property on the base was created in the necessary range and quantity, but needs to be improved.

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