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Moscow. 21 December. INTERFAX.RU - On the eve of the 30th anniversary of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation, the head of the Ministry, Evgeniy Zinichev, told INTERFAX about the work of rescuers in a pandemic and unique high technologies to guard the rescue.
On December 27, EMERCOM of Russia will celebrate its 30th anniversary. Created practically from scratch, the Russian rescue service has become one of the best in the world. With what results do rescuers celebrate the anniversary, why their motto "Prevention, Rescue, Help" does not lose its relevance, how people are rescued during the coronavirus pandemic and why emergency situations do not decrease, but the damage from them can be reduced, the head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, General army Evgeniy Zinichev.
On December 27, Russian rescuers will celebrate their professional holiday and the 30th anniversary of the Ministry. The head of the Ministry, Evgeniy Zinichev, gave an interview to RIA Novosti about the work of the EMERCOM of Russia during this period, the main directions of its activities and development projects. Viktor Beltsov took an interview.
- Evgeniy Nikolaevich, after 20 thousand tons of fuel spilled into the soil and rivers due to the accident at the TPP in Norilsk in early June, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, in consultation with President Vladimir Putin, announced a federal emergency (emergency) regime there. What is the current situation?
The upcoming summer may not just be hot, but very hot. This means that the risk of fires in the country is increasing. Alexander Chupriyan, First Deputy Head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, told the correspondent how justified such fears are and what rescuers have prepared for more effective fire fighting.
- ...Yes! I'm listening! How? Are there any dead? Check and report on measures taken.
We can say this is an epigraph to our interview. Evgeniy Zinichev on the hot phone (and all phones are hot in his office - in the office on Vatutin Street) received the report of the duty officer.