Medvedev spoke about the violation of sanitary norms in 300 children’s camps

Three hundred children’s camps, the violations of sanitary norms. This was stated by the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev at the relevant meeting, reports RIA Novosti.

“The CPS recently said that there are problems in a number of camps, — said the Prime Minister. — There was the name of the figure is quite significant. About 300 camps. While they supposedly do not meet sanitary standards. If so, then you need to rectify the situation in the near future.”

Medvedev also demanded to strengthen security measures. “We have messed with, you know, tragedies happen. Last year it was. We must do everything to prevent the recurrence of similar situations”, — he said.

In total, according to the Prime Minister, the country has more than 42 thousand children’s camps.

29 may, the speaker of the Federation Council of Russia Valentina Matvienko said that excessive requirements to the organization of leisure of minors in the camps will make the area unattractive for entrepreneurs. Efforts, she said, aim to “as many children as possible to cover a country holiday to be summer in the air.”

In June of 2016 during the rafting on the Syamozero in Karelia killed 14 children from Moscow, vacationing in the local camp of the “Park-hotel Syamozero”, which was then closed. In April 2017 to three years in prison sentenced the employee of station of ambulance Irina Shcherbakova, apprehended the message of one of the teenagers who have suffered a disaster as a joke. Accusations under several articles of the criminal code presented to the camp Director Elena Reshetova, her Deputy, Vadim Vinogradov, the former head of Rospotrebnadzor of the Republic of Karelia Anatoly Kovalenko and student-instructor Valery Krupoderova.