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MOSCOW, December 20 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian President Vladimir Putin is convinced that the investigation in the situation over the global navigation satellite system GLONASS will be finalized.
“You know how I was dissatisfied to learn that there are also some suspicions in misappropriation and corruption there,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a big press conference on Thursday. “We have allocated such major funds there at the outpacing rate, in the highly technological sphere,” he said. “I was looking with such proudness at these people, who were doing everything there, but it turned out that there are some problems there. But we will finalize it as well,” Putin pledged.