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The meeting to sum up the results of the activities of the Moscow City Territorial Subsystem of the Unified State System for the Prevention and Elimination of Emergencies in 2021 and setting goals for 2022 was held in the Moscow Department of the EMERCOM of Russia under the leadership of the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Government of Moscow Petr Biryukov.

The meeting was attended via videoconference by Deputy Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Central Federal District Sergey Nashtenko, Deputy Minister of the Russian Emergencies Ministry Ilya Denisov, heads of law enforcement agencies and organizations operating in the city of Moscow.

In his speech, Petr Biryukov noted that the Moscow fire and rescue garrison was successfully coping with the tasks assigned to it. He stressed that the group is equipped with modern equipment, modern fire extinguishing equipment, both through the Ministry of Emergency Situations and through the Moscow Government.

In 2021, the forces and means of the Ministry of Emergency Situations ensured the safety of over 1,300 mass events of various levels, in which more than 8 million people took part. There were no fires and socially significant incidents. The number of fires was reduced by 5.4%, per 100,000 people. The Moscow indicator remains the best in the country. It was possible to reduce the number of tragic outcomes at water bodies – by 2%, and the incidents themselves – by 4%.

Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia Ilya Denisov thanked the heads of executive authorities, as well as the personnel and employees of the functional units of the Moscow City Territorial Subsystem of the Unified State System for the Prevention and Elimination of Emergencies for their work to ensure the safety of Muscovites and guests of the capital.

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