VLADIVOSTOK, 20 Dec. Emotions in case of any disasters are inevitable, but they should not influence the government decision-making, said the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.
“Emotions are inevitable, but they should not affect the quality of decisions, because these decisions are the interests of millions of people, millions of Russian citizens,” Putin said, answering the question, how does this affect the decision making disasters like, for example, a terrorist attack over the Sinai.
In an interview with journalist Vladimir Solovyov in the documentary “the world Order”, aired by TV channel “Russia 1”, the President noted that every decision has to be reconciled.
“And for today’s times should have a positive effect in the medium and longer term,” added Putin.
The largest in the history of Russian and Soviet aviation disaster occurred on 31 October: flying from Sharm El Sheikh to Petersburg airliner A321 of airline “Kogalymavia” crashed in the Sinai, killing 224 people. The head of the FSB Alexander Bortnikov said that the cause of the crash was a terrorist attack on the plane was carried by an improvised explosive device. The flights of Russian aircraft in Egypt were suspended on 6 November. From November 14 were also stopped flying EgyptAir in Russia.