At the visiting
session of the State Commission on Emergency Situations in Zaporizhia
on Monday, February 2, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk commanded
the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine to hold talks with representatives
of private security companies concerning the need to delegate their employees
to protect the most significant objects.
a license, everyone has an opportunity to delegate their employees and also employees
of private security agencies to put on reserve of the regional commissions on
emergency situations," he said.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk stressed
on the importance to summon the meeting of the State Commission on Emergency
Situations in Zaporizhia, "This is one of the
most difficult and potentially dangerous areas," he explained and reminded
that there are 33 chemically hazardous and 19 radiation-hazardous objects.
He informed that this
day he had checked the level of protection of the Dnipro
hydroelectric station. "I can acknowledge certain progress", stressed
the Head of Government.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk appealed
to the Deputy Chairman of the State Commission on Emergency Situations with a
request to inspect Zaporizhia nuclear power plant,
"Zaporizhia NPP is actually the largest in
Ukraine, almost half of energy produced in Ukraine by nuclear power plants, is generated at the Zaporizhzhya
nuclear power plant".
"As far as I
know, the Security Service and law enforcement bodies take every measure to
protect all key facilities, including nuclear power plants", stressed
the Prime Minister.