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MOSCOW, July 19 (Itar-Tass) —— President Vladimir Putin urged the Interior Ministry to improve work in all areas.
“Naturally, we all expect the Interior Ministry to improve work in all areas: quality, timely response and, most importantly, of course, protection of legitimate rights and interests of all citizens of the country,” Putin said at a meeting with top officers on Wednesday, July 18, on the occasion of their promotion.
Having noted that the Russian law enforcement system has undergone major changes, Putin said, “Citizens naturally expect effective protection of their rights and interests, public order and uncompromising fight against corruption and organised crime.”
“Professionalism, commitment to the oath of allegiance and devotion to duty must be priority” for all law enforcers, the president stressed.