What if tomorrow would be war? Citizens should reinvest inventories. The protection of government bodies against armed attacks, in a concept of the federal government back to the topic.
by Thomas Gutschker Frankfurter Allgemeine: (Google Translate)
The federal government wants to encourage the population again for stockpiling, so that they in the event of major disasters or of armed attack temporarily can take care of himself. „Die Bevölkerung wird angehalten, einen individuellen Vorrat an Lebensmitteln von zehn Tagen vorzuhalten“, heißt es in der „Konzeption zivile Verteidigung“, die das Kabinett am Mittwoch beschließen soll. “The population is stopped, hold up a personal supply of food of ten days”, according to the “civil defense concept”, which is to decide the Cabinet on Wednesday. Das berichtet die Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung (FAS) unter Berufung auf den Text, der vom Bundesinnenministerium erarbeitet worden ist und der Zeitung vorlag. The reports the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung (FAS), citing the text, which has been elaborated by the Ministry of the Interior and the newspaper was present.
The federal government also penetrates to an adequate supply of drinking water. “The population should be encouraged by appropriate means, to own / first aid reproach two liters of water per person per day in not harmful quality to installation state individual measures for a period of five days,” it said in the concept.
Existing arrangements wholly inadequate
In the concept of the necessary fields and challenges are named. In an emergency, the population should be able to protect themselves before government measures start to ensure an adequate supply of food, water, energy and cash. Discusses also is the need for a reliable alarm system, a hardening of buildings and sufficient capacity in the health system. The civilian support of the armed forces to be again a priority; including modifications to the traffic steering when the Bundeswehr must relocate combat units.
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