Mutko believes the right idea to return sobering-up stations at the time of the 2018 world Cup

© RIA Novosti / Maxim to Bogodeeva in fotomonster President of the government of the Russian Federation, President RFS Vitaly Mutko. Archival photo<img src="/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/2017/08/5fc6d0ec3833da37d5311b7132f58c90.jpg" alt="Mutko believes the right idea to return sobering-up stations at the time of the 2018 world Cup” />© RIA Novosti / Maxim to Bogodeeva the image Bank

Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the organizing Committee «Russia-2018» Vitaly Mutko believes the right idea back at the time of the world championship on football of 2018, the sobering-up stations and said that «it is the creation of conditions for human fans who went through».

The system of sobering-up stations have been liquidated in Russia in 2011. Back in the fall of 2016, the chief psychiatrist of the Russian Federation, head of Moscow scientific-practical center of narcology Yevgeny Bryun said that on the eve of the 2018 world Cup in Moscow and other cities which will host matches of the championship, will open the sobering-up stations. On Monday, the Bruin has told RIA Novosti that a final decision on the organization of sobering-up stations in Russia, including in the cities that will host matches of the tournament, not yet, but under development.

«You laugh in vain, it served as a sobering-up centres. It is the creation of human conditions. At the time all these systems were destroyed, we are talking about what a person can go through. Fans. He needs a worthy place. In this respect there is a request of the interior Ministry to create such opportunities in each subject. We’ll do it. The man looked over, he needs to rest. And the room we find» — said Mutko, who on Tuesday is on inspection visit in Kaliningrad, which will host four matches of the group stage of the 2018 world Cup.

The first ever world Cup in Russia will take place from 14 June to 15 July 2018. The matches of the tournament, in addition to Kaliningrad, will be played in Moscow, Volgograd, Saint-Petersburg, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Saransk, Rostov-on-don, Sochi and Yekaterinburg.

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