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Monday, October 16, 2017

The transition Naryshkin in SVR denies rumors about the creation of the KGB 2.0


Political analyst Pavel Svyatenkov, commenting on the news that Russian President Vladimir Putin asked the Duma speaker Sergei Naryshkin to head the foreign intelligence Service, noted that thereby refuted rumors about the possible creation of the Ministry of state security, which will combine the SVR, FSB, FSO, etc.

Read the story: Putin has appointed Sergey Naryshkin the head of the foreign intelligence Service

The analyst stressed that if SVR was going to turn into a single Ministry of state security, then there would be the appointment of a new Director

Svyatenkov added that the withdrawal of Naryshkin in the SVR is also likely to mean that the speaker of the Duma will be Vyacheslav Volodin.

The expert suggested that in this case, Volodin can keep control of the political block of the Kremlin administration and even informal will to lead “United Russia” will be the second person after Medvedev”.

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