- Russian State Fire Service
Russian State Fire Service ( _ru. Государственная противопожарная служба, "Gosudarstvennaya protivopozharnaya sluzhba") is the highest
fire servicebody of Russian Federation. A part of the Ministry of Emergency Situationssince 2001, the State Fire Service is divided into the Federal Fire Service and the Fire Service of the Federal subjects of Russia.
The Institute for Fire Defense and Scientific Research and 70 special laboratories are responsible for the SFS scientific support, new technologies and methods of work.
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