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The president signed an executive order on the work of enterprises of the military-industrial complex under martial law

Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the introduction of external management in enterprises that disrupt the state defense order under martial law. It is the first document signed by the Russian leader after yesterday’s daring raid by Ukrainian militants in the Bryansk region.

According to the new decree, the rights of shareholders and management of companies that violate their obligations under the state defense order under martial law will be suspended until martial law is lifted. The management organization of these commercial entities will be determined on the basis of proposals from the Ministry of Industry and Commerce.

This is the first decree of the Head of State after yesterday’s events in the Bryansk region. A meeting of the Security Council of the Russian Federation is scheduled for today, which will be held behind closed doors. Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said today he had no information as to whether there would be an open part of the Security Council today. Peskov noted that no decision on the introduction of martial law in Russia has been made so far.

Recall that yesterday in the border villages of the Bryansk region, Ukrainian militants committed armed sabotage. Two residents were victims, a child was injured.

The Russian Foreign Ministry said that this crime will not go unpunished. An investigation is currently underway. Russian investigative authorities will establish, among other things, the involvement of Western intelligence services in yesterday’s incident.

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