EMERCOM

AcronymDefinition
EMERCOMMinistry of Russian Federation for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters
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The director of the Emercom said that the establishment of subsequent centers will primarily be carried out in countries whose civil defense systems are organized in the same way as Russia's - Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and, possibly, Kazakhstan.
A group of 13 workers from the EMERCOM and a group of 13 scientific workers from the Komi Science Center of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences were recruited for the study.
Monday, a MI-9 helicopter belonging to EMERCOM evacuated twenty tourists from an area of high risks in the Terneisky district.
While its performance during the 2010 wildfires has definitely tarnished its reputation, Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations (Emercom) offers a model of a hybrid military-civilian service.
Their Russian counterparts were 40 members of EMERCOM, the Russian Emergencies Ministry, who have been involved in high-profile rescue missions including organising humanitarian relief in Afghanistan.
EMERCOM is inquiring how many teenagers were wounded.
On June 1, 59 fires burned in the Irkutsk Region, affecting 1,214.3 hectares, said EMERCOM of Russia.
The emergency situation regime may be lifted in the Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Ryazan regions and Mordovia, chief of the National Center for Management in Crisis Situations of the Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM) Vladimir Stepanov told reporters on Thursday.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM) provided Tehran with the coordinates of the crash site of an ATR-72 passenger plane that disappeared from radar screens in Central Iran on Sunday morning.
Moscow, Rabi'I 15, 1434, Jan 27, 2013, SPA -- On Sunday morning, a fire occurred in the building of the Moscow State University, and the firefighters evacuated about 400 students, Itar-Tass quoted press service of the Moscow branch of EMERCOM as saying.