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MOSCOW, August 23 (Itar-Tass) - Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov has instructed to send 10 OKSION mobile systems (All-Russian Comprehensive Informing and Warning System).
“I ask you to send the OKSION systems to the flood-hit area,” Puchkov said at a video conference on Friday.
The priority task is to inform the population about the development of the flood situation. “People should have full information on the risks and the development of the flood situation,” the minister said.
Deputy Minister Sergei Shlyakov asked Puchkov to send OKSION systems to the Far East to operatively inform the population. “I ask you to take control over the situation,” Puchkov said.