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All-Russian training to work out actions in case of disasters began in Primorye

Primorsky Krai was one of the first in the country to start the All-Russian headquarters training on disaster response on October 4. As part of training in Primorye, posts of radiation, chemical and biological observation, protective structures and evacuation points are being deployed. The ITAR-TASS correspondent was informed about this by the press service of the Main Directorate of the Russian Emergencies Ministry for the Primorsky Territory. "During the first stage, the notification and collection of the leadership of the bodies of all levels of government are being worked out," the department said, specifying that the operation of the integrated warning systems for the population will also be checked.

Training is timed to the Day of GO. In total, more than 300 thousand EMERCOM employees will take part in the all-Russian headquarters training to develop actions in various disasters, about 10 thousand units of equipment and all aviation EMERCOM of Russia will be involved. In the course of the training, which will be led by the head of the department Vladimir Puchkov, all authorities, forces and means of federal ministries and departments and each subject of Russia will be put on high alert and will work through the elimination of conventional large-scale emergency situations.

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