"The majority of the chemical weapons, except for complex ammunition, have been destroyed. Everything that was in Kambarka and Gorny has been destroyed. Permanent environmental monitoring points have been created around all objects and the monitoring information is broadcast permanent over the Internet. Public organizations are able to receive data from this monitoring continually," Kutyin said at a "government hour" meeting in the Federation Council on Tuesday.
Permanent monitoring has been conducted for all these years since the commissioning of these objects, he said.
Kutyin reiterated that these objects are protected "at the highest technological level using modern equipment."