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    According to reports, Siberian regional center of Russian Emergencies Ministry received 100 unmanned aircraft vehicles, which help it in search and rescue operations.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) Siberian regional center of Russian Emergencies Ministry received 100 unmanned aircraft vehicles, which help it in search and rescue operations, the center said Thursday in a statement.

    "Siberian regional center of Russian Emergencies Ministry has received 100 drones… Unmanned vehicles will enhance monitoring capacities of the center, which will allow a top-speed response," the statement read.

    According to the statement, the center's new arrivals include two types of DJJ drones, a Phantom 3 modification and Inspire, an enhanced version with an improved camera with a 360 degrees range.

    The statement said that in 2016 drones had helped save 8,000 people in the region.

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