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MOSCOW, January 10. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated employees and veterans of the prosecutor’s offices on forthcoming Day of Worker of Prosecutor’s Office and urged them to wage an uncompromising struggle against corruption and suppress any manifestations of terrorism and extremism.
“The law and order, public security and reliable protection of the rights and interests of people depend from efficiency of our work,” head of the Russian presidential staff Sergei Ivanov read a presidential congratulatory address at a festive meeting in the Prosecutor General’s Office.
“Established about three centuries ago, our agency makes reliable backbones of the state and a very important link in the domestic law enforcement system,” the presidential congratulatory address reads.
Putin noted that the best employees of the prosecutor’s offices are distinguished with high professional and personal faculties, valor and fidelity to the duty as well as faithfulness to the traditions of the agency, which Russian tsar Peter the Great had established.