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Sovet bezopasnosti Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii

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Corporate name headingSovet bezopasnosti Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii
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Variant(s)Russia (Federation). Sovet bezopasnosti
Russia (Federation). Security Council
Security Council of the Russian Federation
Russian Security Council
Russian Federation Security Council
Russia (Federation). Soviet bezopasnosti
Russia (Federation). Sikkerhetsrådet
Совет безопасности Российской Федерации
Special noteNon-Latin script reference(s) not evaluated.
Found inOkhrana zdorovʹi︠a︡ naselenii︠a︡ Rossii, 1995: t.p. (Sovet bezopasnosti Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii)
Novai︠a︡ Rossii︠a︡, 1994: p. 24 (Sovet bezopasnosti; consists of representatives from the Federalʹnai︠a︡ sluzhba kontrrazvedki, Ministerstvo oborony, Ministerstvo vnutrennykh del, Ministerstvo i︠u︡stit︠s︡ii, Ministerstvo inostrannykh del, Sluzhba vneshneĭ razvedki, Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma, Ministerstvo po delam grazhdanskoĭ oborony, chrezvychaĭnym situat︠s︡ii︠a︡m i likvidat︠s︡ii posledstviĭ stikhiĭnykh bedstviĭ, Sovet Federat︠s︡ii)
Washington Post Foreign Series, 1994 article WWW, 03-04-97 (Russia: The Security Council represents the interests of the police, security, and defense ministries)
NUPI Centre for Russian Studies Database WWW, 03-25-97 (Security Council of the Russian Federation; English name: Security Council; Russian name: Soviet bezopasnosti; Norwegian name: Sikkerhetsrådet. The structure of the Security Council was changed after Ivan Rybkin became its secretary in October 1996 after replacing A. Lebed. By the end of Jan. 1997 the council's staff was reduced by 20% to 207 persons. The council is led by Boris Yeltsin but its daily work is co-ordinated by Secretary Rybkin and five deputies. The council consists of five departments: The Dept. of Security and Prognoses; Dept. of Defence Security; Dept. of International Security; Dept. of Economic Security; and the Dept. of Social and Federal Security)
FAS Nuclear forces guide, 04-18-01: (Russian Federation Security Council. The Russian Security Council was established to provide a high-level forum within which Russia's president can interact directly and concurrently with his key ministers and agency heads. However like the US National Security Council (NSC) the Russian Security Council is not a deliberative body that arrives at decisions on its own. Decisions are made by the President, , who chairs the Security Council, and issues executive orders or decrees. )