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Nikolai Patrushev ordered to tighten security on transport in Moscow
Head of the operations headquarters of Russia's National Antiterrorist Committee Nikolai Patrushev ordered to tighten security on transport in Moscow. "Secret services have taken the necessary security measures," a Moscow subway administration official told Itar-Tass. Patrols have been beefed up and the number of plainclothes police has increased. More police have been detailed to watch changeover stations, together with specialists with sniffer dogs. The Mosgortrans road transport company has also tightened security. "Measures are being taken in accordance with developed scenarios, coordinated with law-enforcement bodies. Drivers have been additionally briefed on security measures in case of emergencies," Mosgortrans director general Pyotr Ivanov said. "Each driver knows what he or she must do when detecting unattended things or in an emergency; we are urging passengers to promptly contact the driver when finding unattended things or suspicious objects," Ivanov said. "Your vigilance may save your own life and the lives of many people," he said addressing passengers.
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