• Putin urged the new head of SVR to stop threats against Russia

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin asked the future head of the foreign intelligence Service Sergei Naryshkin focus on the fight against terror and timely informing of the country. On Thursday, September 22, reports "Interfax".

    "I want to wish you successes, well aware of the situation in which we now are, how important the success of this service for consistent and reliable development of our country how important it is to prevent various threats against Russia to prevent their proliferation, but rather to act in such a way that they do not arise in the early stages to neutralize these threats", — quotes Agency of the President in meeting with the current head of the SVR Mikhail Fradkov and state Duma speaker Sergei Naryshkin, who needs to change it.

    Earlier in the day Russian President Vladimir Putin offered the state Duma speaker Sergei Naryshkin to head the foreign intelligence Service (SVR). A decree appointing a new head of the SVR will be signed soon.

    Putin also expressed hope that Naryshkin will be able to cope with these challenges as successfully as it worked in previous positions.

    Sergey Naryshkin ran for the state Duma from "United Russia" Kingisepp single-mandate constituency №112 and won the elections on the basis of typing, according to preliminary data, 54,73% of the votes. Naryshkin since December 2011 he held the position of speaker of the state Duma. For more than three years, led by the presidential administration. In 2004-2007 she was head of staff of the Russian government.

    http://lenta.ru

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