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The Institute of development Internet (IRI) will teach Russian officials to conduct a social network. It is reported by RBC with reference to the Chairman of Council of Iran, Leonid Levin, and sources from the presidential administration.
IRI will enhance the digital literacy of civil servants. They will be taught proper knowledge of the official communities of the regions in social networks. Officials will discuss how to respond to user complaints and to work in emergencies.
The training will be organized for representatives of regional authorities. IRI will hold workshops on the basis of the Plenipotentiary representative of the President in the districts. In February planned the first sessions for officials of the North Caucasus Federal district.
Employees previously held consultations on management of social networks, but they were unofficial. For the officials was organized a training program “Incident management”. They also went to accounts in Vkontakte, Instagram and anonymous Telegram channels. Attendees said that the lecture on Telegram channels read blogger Kristina Potupchik, however, she denies this information.
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