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Vladimir Putin took part in the unified military goods commissioning day. The event was organised via videoconference from the National Defence Command Centre.

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Vladimir Putin took part in the unified military goods commissioning day. The event was organised via videoconference from the National Defence Command Centre.
Vladimir Putin took part in the unified military goods commissioning day. The event was organised via videoconference from the National Defence Command Centre.
Vladimir Putin took part in the unified military goods commissioning day. The event was organised via videoconference from the National Defence Command Centre.
Vladimir Putin took part in the unified military goods commissioning day. The event was organised via videoconference from the National Defence Command Centre.
Vladimir Putin took part in the unified military goods commissioning day. The event was organised via videoconference from the National Defence Command Centre.
Vladimir Putin took part in the unified military goods commissioning day. The event was organised via videoconference from the National Defence Command Centre.
Vladimir Putin took part in the unified military goods commissioning day. The event was organised via videoconference from the National Defence Command Centre.
Vladimir Putin took part in the unified military goods commissioning day. The event was organised via videoconference from the National Defence Command Centre.

President of Russia Vladimir Putin: Good afternoon colleagues.

Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu: Comrade Commander in Chief of the Russian Federation Armed Forces, the Defence Ministry personnel are ready for the unified military goods commissioning day.

Vladimir Putin: Mr Shoigu, before we start on the main subject of our work and our being here today, I want to return to the [barracks collapse] tragedy in Omsk. We cannot not speak about this.

We all know that when people join the Armed Forces, they are ready to give everything to defend our country’s interests, including their lives. But in this case, what did people die for? We are here today to discuss commissioning new military goods, but we also need organise in proper fashion the commissioning of social facilities, accommodation facilities for service personnel, and other social facilities.

The Defence Ministry must provide all possible assistance to the military prosecutors so that they can make a thorough investigation of the causes of this disaster. I also ask you to take personal charge of working individually with the families of every serviceman killed in this tragedy. Let me stress that they must all receive individual assistance of every sort. We must provide both moral and material support to those who have lost their sons. Of course, we must also ensure full treatment for those who were injured, and help them to return to the ranks.

Let us now turn to the main reason for this meeting. As for the things I just said, I ask you to report to me separately on this later on, especially on the work with the victims’ families

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