July 09, 2014 15:35
Putin to meet with CIS intelligence chiefs on Thursday
MOSCOW. July 9 (Interfax) - Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with the heads of delegation at the 13th meeting of the CIS Conference of chief security and intelligence officers to discuss intelligence issues, the Kremlin press office said.
Putin will also hold a traditional meeting with the government members.
The meeting will "focus on measures to increase workforce mobility and to de-offshorize the Russian economy, as well as a number of pressing current problems," the Kremlin press office said.
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