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Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a Decree on the new composition of the Council for Civil Society Institutions Development and Human Rights. The new Council board includes 51 members. This was reported on Monday on the Council’s website.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a Decree on the new composition of the Council for Civil Society Institutions Development and Human Rights. The new Council board includes 51 members. This was reported on Monday on the Council’s website.

New Board includes RIAC members: Mikhail Fedotov, Chairman of the Council for Civil Society Institutions Development and Human Rights, Sergey Karaganov, honorary chairman of the presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, Igor Yurgens, Chairman of the Board of the Institute of Contemporary Development, Anita Soboleva, RIAC Expert.

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