Head of Central Federal district regions are ready to implement new approaches to security

Secretary of the Russian security Council Nikolai Patrushev

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TASS, August 16. Regional authorities in the Central Federal district expressed willingness to increase security, implement a system of video surveillance on the roads and to transfer authorities of subjects of the Russian Federation on domestic software. About it heads of regions reported on the results of exit meeting which was held on Wednesday in Ryazan, the Secretary of the Russian security Council Nikolai Patrushev.

As previously reported, during the meeting, Patrushev, in particular, noted that cyber attacks conducted in may-June of 2017, showed the destabilizing potential when using foreign software, and tasked the governors to coordinate the implementation of transition plans for products and services of domestic producers.

In addition, the Secretary of the security Council stated that the transport infrastructure and vehicles remain the preferred targets of international terrorism in the Central Federal district.

“Safe city” in Tver

According to the Governor of the Tver region Igor farm, with regional authorities to improve security planning to run a “Safe city” in the next two to three years.