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Natalya Valerievna Smolyaninova, the class teacher of the students of the cadet fire-fighting and rescue class of "Secondary School No. 24" (municipal budgetary educational institution) in Bratsk, turned to the EMERCOM of Russia with a request to note the actions of the children on the fire in the early morning of May 4 at the Vechny Zov hotel in the capital.
Deputy Minister of EMERCOM of Russia Andrey Gurovich, as part of a trip to the North Caucasus, held a number of bilateral meetings with the leadership of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov and the interim head of North Ossetia-Alania Sergei Menyailo.
On May 4, the First Deputy Minister of EMERCOM of Russia Alexander Chupriyan held a weekly conference call. During the event, it was noted that from April 30 to May 11, the forces of the Russian Emergencies Ministry are on high alert. Every day, about 71 thousand employees and about 17 thousand pieces of equipment ensure the safety of citizens. All crowded places and bathing places are under the control of the Ministry. So, from May 1 to May 3, more than 7 thousand festive events have already been secured. No incidents occurred.
EMERCOM of Russia reminds of the need to comply with safety measures at home and on vacation. Check the serviceability of electrical wiring and electrical appliances, as well as the stove heating. Remember that braziers can be placed at a distance of at least 5 meters from buildings and other constructions.
On May 1, the Tula Rescue Center turns 56. The history of the center begins in 1965, when 451 separate mechanized regiment of the Civil Defense was formed. The settlement of Kurakovo in the Tula Region became the point of permanent deployment of the regiment.
Today, on the stage of the large assembly hall of the State Fire Service Academy of the EMERCOM of Russia, a solemn event dedicated to the Day of the Fire Protection of Russia took place.
The solemn event, timed to coincide with the festive date, took place on the territory of the historical building of the Prechistensky fire station, where the EMERCOM Main Office for Moscow is now located.