Source Pravda.Ru

Putin thanks deputies and government for increasing anti-terror allocations

Russian President Vladimir Putin has thanked State Duma (lower house) deputies and the government top officials for their decision to allow the cabinet to earmark additional funds for the 2003 anti-terrorist effort.

Speaking Monday at a traditional cabinet session in the Kremlin, the Russian president attracted the Finance Ministry's attention to the fact that respective decisions should be weight-out, accurate and must not unbalance the budget.

In other words, the head of state said, the cabinet's decisions should not lead to systematic failures to meet the state's social obligations.

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