CSKA Match - " Terek ": the order will be provided with 1,5 thousand militiamenDuring a match of CSKA (Moscow) - " Terek " (Grozny) the law and order in capital will provide over one and a half thousand militiamen. ABT it " News " have given on Saturday in Management of the information and public relations of the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs of Moscow.
In the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs have reminded that the match of the championship of Russia on football will take place on Sunday, on March, 13th in 14. 00 Moscow time at stadium " Luzniki ".
According to the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs, security during game will provide over 1,5 thousand police officers, including 200 fighters of OMON and 36 employees of horse militia.
" For action the emergency response centre will be created, which deputy chief of militia of public security, the chief will head OMON of the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs of Moscow the general - the major of militia Vyacheslav Kozlov " - have informed in the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs.
the Representative of the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs has noticed that B4 a match of 20 film logic groups survey stadium and territory adjoining to it on presence of explosives.
" 4 protection of a public order and prevention of skirmishes between fans of the team at metro station " Sports " and nearby stations additional police squads, and also employees in the civilian " will be exposed; - have told in the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs. According to department, on a match it is let out 22 thousand tickets.
In the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs have underlined that " the fans who have in advance celebrated victory of the command, learn ABT its results from mass-media as will not be admitted on stadium ".
Besides, on stadium it is impossible to carry by explosive and koljushche - cutting subjects, drinks in glass container, and also the flags which staff exceeds 1,5 metres, have reminded in the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs of Moscow.