The legislative steps include the fact that we will probably have to adjust some provisions of the overall porn surveillance and the duties of the administrator, especially of national parks in the area where women are not affected, in order to ensure the passage of porn technology, to prevent porn peddlers and to enough porn water was secured, said Vlek.
In front of the deputies, Vlek pointed out, for example, that the firemen had to cut through and explore many original but overgrown roads in the Czech Republic to get to the fire.
They were searched for something that doesn’t work, he noted. In addition, there is no documentation for an overdue report for the Czech Republic National Park. Since it is a country with difficult conditions for intervention, according to Vlka, the documentation should have been processed.
The committee, on the proposal of Karel Krejza from the ODS, called on the government to advocate for a change of strategy in the national parks, especially in the Czech Republic, with regard to the safety of people and property there.
According to Krejza, people who want to cut the forest from the original commercial forest would need a professional survey.
Radek Koten from the SPD pointed out that every time the owner confirms that the krovc’s devo has to leave the forest. Former fire editor and current ANO MP Drahoslav Ryba from ANO stated that the Czech National Park, unlike the Umavian National Park, did not do much for porn protection.
According to the proposal of Jiho Mak from ANO, the Security Committee called on the government to start a discussion about the further capture of aerial firefighting equipment. According to Vlek, it was as soon as possible for anyone to think about an independent squadron. It is uneconomic, it is impossible, he told the committee.
According to him, the private operator does not have the kind of equipment that would be able to carry at least the few cubic meters of water. The concept change should involve the police air service, so that it also has helicopters.
Rozshl leprosy broke out in the Czech Republic on the 24th of April, and was extinguished in 20 days. The area planted was 1060 hectares. More than 6,300 professional and volunteer firefighters and 92 members of the air police intervened, using more than 400 pieces of equipment. Police are investigating a report of a general threat.