6 Jun 2018 15:02

Putin sends greetings to Complex Security int'l show participants in Noginsk

NOGINSK (Moscow region). June 6 (Interfax) - Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed confidence that the Complex Security international show will promote the expansion of international cooperation in protecting people from emergency situations.

"I am convinced that the salon will be held in an open and constructive atmosphere and will facilitate the expansion of international cooperation, implementation of necessary projects and initiatives, providing you with the unique opportunity to share your accumulated experience," Putin said in his greetings to participants of the 11th Complex Security international security system show read out by Russian Deputy Emergency Situations Minister Alexander Chupriyan on Wednesday.

Preventing breakdowns, ensuring the efficient protection of people and territories from the threats of natural and man-made disasters directly impacts the quality of life and well-being of people and the economic situation, the president said.

"This is why, it is extremely important that your project will increase its potential," Putin said.

The 11th Complex Security 2018 international security system show will be held at the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry's Noginsk rescue center on June 6-8.

"The salon will put on display advanced technology and developments in the area of ensuring complex security. It gives an opportunity of direct communication between designers and potential customers and discussing promising projects," the Emergency Situations Ministry said in a statement on its website.

About 300 firms and companies, several thousands of security specialists, foreign counterparts and guests are expected to attend the events.

The international show is expected to be attended by delegations from over 25 countries, including Croatia, Switzerland, Germany, Israel, Slovenia, Syria, Iceland, India, Ecuador, Nepal and other countries.

The show's demonstration program will feature large-scale drills, in which over 1,000 people and about 200 units of hardware, including aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and special robotic systems will take part.

"UAV competitions will be held as part of the salon for the first time," the statement indicated.