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MOSCOW, September 30. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting of the Russian Security Council in the Kremlin on October 1, the Kremlin reported Tuesday.
“The issue of counteraction to national security threats in the information sphere will be discussed,” the presidential press service said.
The Russian Security Council will consider actualization of approaches to solution of key tasks set by the National Security Strategy and the Information Security Doctrine, with account for fast development of information communications technologies in the world.
“The agenda includes ensuring security of information resources of various-level power bodies and issues of stable operation of the Russian segment of the Internet, in particular, ruling out any restriction of access to it for citizens and organizations,” the Kremlin said.