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Yuri Oleinikov “There is no reason for shame in the US refusal from Russian ventilation machines”

The first deputy chairman of the State Duma committee on international affairs, Yuri Oleinikov, suggested in an interview with the Moscow Says radio station that production problems at our plants could arise due to the high speed of work.

“Let the Americans solve their technological problem. If they bought them, it means that they also had to conduct an examination, get a licensed product. Will sort it out. I don’t think what is needed to be done here “ah, shame is not shame.” Especially at speed, when we produced them and mobilized additional capacities of enterprises, there could be all sorts of problems. This is already obvious to any person who encounters large systems. ”

In his opinion, it is now necessary to focus on checking ventilation devices in Russia.

“Too aggravate the problem. In fact, the machines fail in technology, the turbines stop, which is just what happens in this life. The most important thing now is to conduct a serious examination, to understand the reason, because such devices, most likely, are here with us, [necessary – approx. GM] so that this does not happen in our country. ”

The USA withdrew the ventilation devices delivered by Russia after fires in hospitals in St. Petersburg and Moscow. We are talking about Aventa-M devices. They have not yet been taken to hospitals and have not been used in the country, said Janet Montesi, spokeswoman for the US Federal Agency for Emergency Situations. Equipment has not yet been deployed in hospitals, but kept in reserve in the event of a worsening situation in New York and New Jersey.

On May 12, in the St. George’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, where patients with coronavirus are being treated, a fire occurred as a result of ignition of mechanical ventilation devices, in which five people were killed. On May 9, in a Moscow clinic, as a result of the ignition of the ventilator, one patient died. Later, at the Ural Instrument Plant, the Moscow Says radio stations confirmed that they were supplying ventilators under a contract to St. Petersburg.

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