MP Piskarev proposed introducing a single standard for the protection of schools against terrorism 19:33

It is necessary to introduce a single anti-terrorism security standard for Russian schools, which will be mandatory for all educational institutions. This was announced at a press conference by Vasily Piskarev, chairman of the State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption. telegraph channel.

As the MP said, this decision was taken after the roundtable discussion on the “Security of educational institutions in modern conditions” organized by the Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption.

According to him, these standards are currently under development.

Piskarev suggested that this document should contain uniform requirements for private security agencies that protect schools, and that attention should be paid to whether their employees have vocational training or qualifications in the field of counter-terrorism protection.

He added that in order to implement these and other recommendations, the issue of establishing a working group to improve the legislation in the field of ensuring the safety of educational institutions will be discussed.

Earlier, it was reported that he was in the State Duma. discussed Various options for measures to regulate the sale of electronic cigarettes, including a complete ban of all types of these devices.

Source: Gazeta


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