Tomorrow, Monday, the activities of the National Safe Path (3) exercise, which is implemented by the National Center for Security and Crisis Management, will begin over two days to determine the readiness of public and private institutions to deal with earthquakes.

The exercise comes to check national capabilities in response and rescue operations, ensure the resilience of vital infrastructure and mechanisms for receiving and distributing aid, update relevant databases, as well as deal with awareness messages at the time of earthquakes in a way that ensures the continuity of daily life during and after the occurrence of earthquakes.

The exercise is accompanied by evacuation and rescue operations, closures, sounding of sirens, and a security presence in several areas around ten in the morning without affecting the course of public life.