Putin has coded data on part-time scouts


Vladimir Putinto: Alexei Nikolsky / RIA Novosti

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree that will include information on part-time employees of the foreign intelligence Service to be a state secret. The document published on the official portal of legal information Tuesday, September 4.

National security now includes information “on involved in implementation of the tasks of the intelligence officers of Russian foreign intelligence” outside the cadre” of the Ministry of defence, SVR and FSB.

Monday, September 3, Rosstat classify data on state spending on long-term weapons and research and development. These costs are part of GDP, but at the same time fall under the concept of state secrets, and therefore cannot be published.

State secret referred to as protected government information in the field of its military, foreign policy, economic, intelligence, and other activities. It is assumed that the distribution of these data can undermine the security of the country.

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