From May 20 to 31, the Russian-Armenian Humanitarian Response Center hosted intensive courses for 11 emergency service specialists from ICDO member countries, including Algeria, Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Russia, Serbia, and Tunisia.

The main goal of this unique training was to provide participants with the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills for conducting rescue operations at industrial sites using rope technologies. Special attention was given to methods of effectively utilizing limited specialized equipment and organizing rescue operations while adhering to all safety measures.

The courses were conducted by the Center's experienced instructor team, consisting of five highly qualified specialists. The practical part of the program was implemented using specialized training simulators "Vector" and "Zaval," allowing participants to closely mimic real-life emergency situations.

This training marked an important step in strengthening international cooperation and enhancing the readiness of emergency services from ICDO member countries to respond promptly to emergencies at high-altitude industrial sites.