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Deputy PM: Security system in Sochi best suited for Olympic guests

February 06, 2014, 16:09 UTC+3 MOSCOW
However, Dmitry Kozak urged all guests to reach events early to prevent queues
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Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak (L) and President of Russia's Olympic Committee Alexander Zhukov (R)

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak (L) and President of Russia's Olympic Committee Alexander Zhukov (R)

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MOSCOW, February 06. /ITAR-TASS/. Security systems in Sochi, Black Sea resort host of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games, are running without hindering anyone’s work, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak told Rossiya-24 television channel on Thursday.

However, he urged all guests to reach events early to prevent queues.

“We have managed to make the security system for spectators and participants of the competitions running in such a way that it works as a common access regime does in cinemas or theatres,” he said.

Kozak advised journalists to reach media centers in advance to avoid being late for the airwaves. “The media centre is entirely active today. It is completely full at the moment,” he added, noting heavy morning attendance.

“We can respond to this," Kozak said. "We have additional technical equipment and forces in the event that there are queues.”

There was no need to worry about massive delays for Olympic events, Kozak added. “But it would be better to come a little in advance considering the traffic,” he said.

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