Source Pravda.Ru

Putin to hold Security Council meeting on July 22

On Tuesday, July 22nd, Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting of the Russian Security Council. The meeting will focus on ensuring the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Russia, the press service of the Kremlin reports.

"On July 22, 2014, under the chairmanship  by Russian President Putin, the meeting of the Security Council will be held to consider a range of issues related to ensuring the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Russian Federation," the message from the press service of the Kremlin says.

Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev will deliver a report at the meeting, Interfax reports.

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