Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Security Council Secretary holds meeting in Tatarstan's capital

On Friday Russian Security Council Secretary Vladimir Rushailo is holding a meeting in Kazan, the capital of Tatarstan (a republic on the Volga), with heads of major defensive-industrial enterprises of the republic. According to Vladimir Rushailo, on May 16th he discussed key issues of the development of the defensive-industrial complex, science and technologies and public security with Tatarstan's President Mintimer Shaimiyev. Representatives of the Security Councils of Russia and the Volga federal district will take part in the meeting between Vladimir Rushailo and the heads of defensive-industrial enterprises.

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