Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting of the Russian Security Council on March 3, 2023
Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold an operational meeting with the permanent members of Russia’s Security Council on Friday, March 3, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
“The president has a Security Council on his agenda, an operational meeting with permanent members,” said the head of state’s press secretary.
Let us remember that the Russian leader regularly holds meetings with members of the country’s Security Council, and they usually take place on Fridays. But this week, the meeting will receive special attention in connection with the attack by Ukrainian saboteurs in the Briansk region, which resulted in the death of civilians.
The day before, Putin called the incident with the attack of saboteurs in the Bryansk region a terrorist attack and said that the nationalists were fully aware of the actions when they fired on a car with children. The people who committed the terrorist attack in the Bryansk region are trying to strip Russia of its historical memory, history, traditions and language, the politician said.
As the KP.RU website wrote, on March 2, a group of Ukrainian militants attacked the Klimovsky district of the Bryansk region. They fired at a moving vehicle, killing a local resident and injuring a child. Later it became known about another dead resident.