About ten thousand policemen, military schools students and interior troops soldiers will secure safety and social order during the International youth games between the CIS member-countries, the Baltic and the Russian regions which will be held in Moscow in June 15-23.
Special headquarters, charged with organisation and coordination of the actions of all services and divisions have been set up in Moscow, said the press service of Moscow's police.
During the games in the places of mass gatherings a blotting-paper regime will be introduced, cars and luggage will be checked. In case of discovering suspicious objects, special containers protecting from explosion have been installed everywhere. To avoid the presence of explosives in the sports equipment it will be thoroughly checked.
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