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Friday, August 11, 2017

Ivanov denied the creation of the Ministry of state security in Russia

The former head of the Kremlin administration, the President’s special representative for environmental issues Sergey Ivanov has denied the creation in Russia of the Ministry of state security.

“This is absolutely fake!” — said Sergey Ivanov “KP”, adding that the establishment of such a Ministry in Russia has never thought about and discussed. The special representative of the President also expressed confidence that the country’s existing power structures is more than enough.

“A classic example of how someone comes up with fake throws, and then his long comments. It’s called news production in the absence of real news,” commented Ivanov rumors in the media rumors.

Recall that in mid-September, “Kommersant” with reference to the sources referred to the planned reform of law enforcement agencies in Russia, which should be formed a new Ministry of state security.

“FSO and National guard is different power structures, they each have their own tasks. To combine them into one super-Ministry don’t see any sense. I see some cons. I repeat, this is fake” – summed up Ivanov.

It was reported that the new Ministry plan to create on the basis of the FSB. It can also be included, the Federal security service and foreign intelligence Service. The purpose of this reform, the publication was called the efficiency of law enforcement and security forces and the eradication of corruption. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov not confirmed the information.


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