The President of the Russian Federation will hold a meeting with the Security Council in early May
Russian leader Vladimir Putin will hold an operational meeting with the permanent members of the Russian Security Council in the first week of May. The head of state will also meet with members of the government. This was reported in program “Moscow. Kremlin. Putin” on Sunday, April 30.
Earlier, the press secretary of the Russian leader reported that Putin will hold a meeting with members of the government on May 2. It is planned to discuss the issues of restoring housing and other facilities after a major fire in the village of Sosva, Sverdlovsk Region, wrote TASS.
Last meeting with permanent members of the Security Council took place April 21. Putin took part in it via videoconference. The meeting was attended by the chairmen of the Federation Council and the State Duma, the deputy head of the Security Council, the head of the presidential administration, the secretary of the Security Council, the heads of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Defense, the director of the FSB, the director of the Foreign Intelligence Service and the presidential special envoy for environmental protection, ecology and transport.