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Work on Russia's national security concept will make use of proposals made by participants of an online conference
Work on Russia's national security concept will make use of proposals made by participants of an online conference, Igor Ivanov, Secretary of the Russian Security Council, has announced. Addressing the online conference that finishes on Monday he said that the website's visitors had offered "very different, sometimes critical, but interesting and constructive opinions on the whole range of the issues discussed." Russian and even foreign Internet users have shown interest in ensuring Russia's security, he said. "I believe that many of your proposals will be reflected to some or other extent in the work of the Russian Security Council and its staff, first of all, in working out Russia's national security concept," Mr. Ivanov's statement reads. "We believe that events like online conferences and roundtables are a direct manifestation of the policy towards establishing and maintaining an efficient dialog between the authorities and the public," he pointed out. On Monday the Security Council's press service reported that the Council had posted the final part of answers to the questions of the online conference titled "Topical Problems of Ensuring Russia's National Security in Modern Conditions." Public discussions of the national security concept were launched in November 2004. They were held at some roundtables and at the online conference. Earlier Mr. Ivanov said that the draft concept were to be ready by the middle of 2005.
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