About the ministry

· On December 15th, 1990 the Council of Ministers of the USSR adopted Resolution "On the establishment of a State all-union system for preventing emergency situations and emergency response."

· In furtherance of this resolution, on July 1st, 1991 the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan (still as part of the USSR) adopted a resolution on the establishment of the Cabinet of Ministers for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan as a permanent body.

·  The Cabinet of Ministers of the State Commission for Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic was formed by the Order of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan № 271-p as of August 8th, 1991.

· On January 6th, 1992 the Cabinet of Ministers of the State Commission for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan was reorganized into the Commission of the Kyrgyz Republic for Emergency Situations by Presidential Decree №UP-4.

· On May 27th, 1993 the Department of Civil Defense was assigned to the State Commission of the Kyrgyz Republic, which was reorganized into the Commission of the Kyrgyz Republic for Emergency Situations and Civil Defense by Presidential Decree № VII-153.

· On March 4th, 1996 the State Commission for Emergency Situations and Civil Defense under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic was transformed into the Ministry of Emergency Situations and Civil Defense by Presidential Decree №UP-45.

· On December 28th, 2000 by Presidential Decree №363 the Ministry of Ecology and Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic was formed on the basis of the Ministry of Environmental Protection of the Kyrgyz Republic, the Ministry of Emergency Situations and Civil Defense of the Kyrgyz Republic, Kyrgyzhydromet and the State Agency on Forestry under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic.

· On October 15th, 2005 by Presidential Decree № -462 it was reorganized into the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic. 

 

Duty

Tel: +996(3222)2-18-44
Mob. tel: +996(770)800-100
Fax: +996(3222)5-60-77
e-mail: od.mchs@mail.ru

Minister reception

Tel: +996(312)54-79-86,
+996(3222)2-33-46
e-mail: mchs@elcat.kg

Helpline:

Tel: (03222) 2-27-66,

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Behavior rules in emergency situations

  • FIRE

    Fires are flames that have gone out of a human being’s control. Fire starts when the temperature of a material’s ignition turns out to be lower than the temperature of the heat source. Among the most common causes of fire, the following can be noted: carelessness of people, defects of electric or heating appliances, self-ignition, lightning, a large number of electric appliances connected to one socket, etc.

  • EARTHQUAKES

    An earthquake is one of the scariest and devastating natural occurrences. They happen in the so-called seismoactive regions of the Earth. One of such regions is the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic.

  • HIGH WATERS

    High water is a significant flooding of an area as a result of an increase in the water level in a river, lake during the period of snow melting, rainstorms, wind seiches, in case of blockages, ice jams and so on.

  • LANDSLIDES

    Landslide – is a downward drift of loose rock under the influence of gravity, especially when lose material is saturated with water. It is one of the forms of a disaster.

  • MUDFLOW

    A mud stream (mudflow) is a rapid stream flow from a mixture of water and rock debris that appear suddenly in basins of small mountainous rivers. Translated from Arabic, the word ‘sel’ means ‘torrential flow’. Imagine a furiously churning wave the height of a five-story house that rushes along the gorge with the speed of an express train, breaking down centuries-old trees and easily moving boulders weighing many tons. The most powerful mudflows usually happen in June, when the hot sun intensively melts glaciers and millions of tons of water accumulate in moraines – giant accumulations of rock debris deposited by a glacier. If a moranic lake situated at an altitude of 3000 - 3500 meters above sea level breaks out, a chain reaction begins: a mud and rock flow emerges, that sweeps down and constantly increases in volume and strength.

  • AVALANCHE

    An avalanche is a snow mass that has slipped from a mountain slope and is moving under the force of gravity. It drags along more and more masses of snow on its way.

  • RAIN STORMS

    Rain storms are the cause of the most common disaster type – floods – and therefore incur the main economic damages.

  • FLOOD

    A flood is a significant flooding of an area resulting from an increase in water level of a river, lake or sea during the period of snow melting, rain showers, wind seiches, in case of blockages, ice jams and so on.

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