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More than 110 consolidated detachments in 29 garrisons have been trained by the Central Military District (CVO) to deal with possible emergencies and incidents in 2022. This was announced by the commander of the Central Military District, Colonel-General Alexander Lapin.

“In order to respond promptly to crisis situations of both natural and man-made nature, 114 combined detachments are kept in four-hour readiness in 29 garrisons on the territory of the military district,” Colonel-General Alexander Lapin said.

The press service clarified that the specialists had prepared more than 1.7 thousand units of special equipment, 10 Mi-8 helicopters with spillways VSU-5 and 4 transport aircraft. In total, military units and formations contain 114 consolidated detachments, ready to promptly eliminate the possible consequences of emergencies.

To monitor the situation, a group of unmanned aerial vehicles has been formed.

The Central Military District is deployed on the territory of three federal districts and 29 constituent entities of the Russian Federation. The district structurally includes a number of foreign objects: the 201st military base on the territory of Tajikistan, the united military base in Kyrgyzstan, as well as units on the territory of Kazakhstan. The headquarters is located in Yekaterinburg.

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