Former Director of the foreign intelligence Service Mikhail Fradkov will become Chairman of the Board of Directors of the concern "Almaz-Antey", will also head the Russian Institute for strategic studies (RISS). This decision was taken at a meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Fradkov and the head of the state Corporation "rostec" Sergey Chemezov, reports the press service of the Kremlin.
"We agreed that You will head the Supervisory Board of Russian Railways, but Sergei Chemezov (rostec) approached You with a request, I know, and I went on to use You in "Diamond-antee", meaning that the defense enterprises, and here and Your work not only as Prime Minister but also as head of foreign intelligence would be very useful," said Putin.
According to the head of Rostec, the knowledge gained Fradkov on previous work, "would be very useful" for the activities in the group, because there are new developments, including of a private nature.
At the request of the President to lead RISS Fradkov said that "this is a very interesting proposal, "Turns "package": strategic studies, military-industrial problems", — he said.
Putin said that the need to lead RISS, "to make the results of the work of that institution would be laid down in a basis of activity of state bodies and, reaching the media, to the public".
Mikhail Fradkov assured the President that will try to "exert maximum effort".
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