Source Pravda.Ru

Presidential representative meets with Federal Security Service head

Special Presidential Representative in the Volga federal district of RussiaSergey Kiriyenko participated in a session of Federal Security Service andVolga federal district officials today, Kiriyenko's press service reportedto RosBusinessConsulting. The session was chaired by Federal SecurityService head Nikolay Patrushev. Among other participants of the sessionwere Kiriyanko's deputy Valentin Stepankov as well as heads of regionaldivisions of the Federal Security Service in the Volga federal district. The session was devoted to ways of preventing political extremism.Approaches to implementing a new law 'On Extremism,' approved by theRussian President recently, were worked out as well..

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