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MOSCOW, December 18. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin pledged on Thursday to personally see to it that there are no violations in Russia’s offshore capital amnesty.
“I’ll take the toughest measures” against the persons breaching capital amnesty guarantees, the Russian president said at an annual news conference.
“I’ll personally see to it that there are no violations either with regard to mechanisms or guarantees,” Putin said.
“And I want to warn all my colleagues, including those in law-enforcement agencies: we’ll take the toughest measures against those who violate this principle I spoke about,” Putin said.