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The new law entered into force

The Russians were forbidden to open fire on the balconies.


The new law entered into force


Starting today, smoking on balconies will be possible if this process does not threaten fire safety. The relevant law prohibiting the use of open fire on balconies and loggias of residential buildings, as well as dormitories and hotels, entered into force on October 1.
For violation of the rules, smokers can be held criminally liable (if a fire starts that leads to serious material damage or to someone else's death), as well as write a fine of up to five thousand rubles.

Also, the new law prohibits Russians from cooking kebabs, lighting candles and using pyrotechnic products on loggias.

In addition, from October 1, new requirements are introduced to ensure the fire safety of a number of institutions. For example, cinemas are required to inform the audience about actions in case of fire before the sessions, and in hospitals, wards for children and seriously ill patients will now be located on the lower floors, so that it is easier for medical staff to carry out evacuation in emergency cases.

Source: Russian newspaper


01.10.2019 07:16:03
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