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KRASNOGORSK, Moscow region, February 23 (Itar-Tass) – Vice-Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said he seeks to rely on the Rodina party to solve personnel problems in the military-industrial complex.
Meeting supporters of the Rodina party and the Congress of Russian Communities on Saturday, Rogozin said, “Ay political party is an agency for personnel. It works with the great number of people.”
“The task that I want to set [if you uphold me] is that the personnel agency should work for the state – to nominate professionals, who can be involved in the most difficult trend,” Rogozin said.
“I won’t offer the sweetest treats. A queue has formed. On the contrary, I hope for you to use your opportunities in the most difficult trends,” the vice-prime minister said.
The party’s activists could work in expert councils, which had been created at the military-industrial commission, to help fight monopolism. “This is the political task to kill a monopolist. I want to garner your support. You are well informed in this aspect,” Rogozin said.
“The Rodina party, as political special forces, could resolve the most complicated problems and resolve them properly,” the vice-prime minister said.