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MOSCOW, October 21 (Itar-Tass) —— All Russian regions should produce programs for all social facilities to be equipped with the warning systems about emergency situations and fires within a month, Minister of Emergency Situations Sergei Shoigu said at a meeting of the governmental committee for prevention and cleanup of emergency situations here on Friday.
“All Russian regions should report and present programs of their measures to provide all facilities with warning systems within a month,” the minister said. He noted that the programs should envisage the deadlines for these warning systems to be installed.
Shoigu told the deputy health minister that a more detailed inspection of the condition of health care and social facilities should be made. “You should realize what should be done so that an institution becomes safe. We did all the best for this, including the Strelets system, which enables to make warnings in the building and to transmit the information to the fire call center immediately,” Shoigu underlined.