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MOSCOW, 10 March. /TASS/.President Putin has instructed the administrations of federal and regional bodies of power to make lists of employees on staff of state structures and state corporations, who are banned to keep assets abroad under a bill which bans employees of specified categories to keep money and valuables at foreign banks situated beyond the territory of the Russian Federation, Kommersant daily reported Tuesday, citing presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
The chief criterion when making the lists of employees who fall under the ban is "access to information of special importance", which is authorized not only to government employees who occupy senior posts, Peskov told the newspaper.
The administrations of federal bodies of power, state corporations, the Central Bank of Russia and regional bodies of power have been instructed to make the lists of such officials with the indication of their posts within three months’ time, which is the deadline, the newspaper said, citing the presidential instructions Putin signed on March 8.