Putin approves temporary travel ban for former Russian Federal Security Service employees

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law that bans former Federal Security Service (FSB) officers from leaving the country for up to five years. Such restriction can be established from the date of dismissal. The document is published on the official Internet website of legal information.

Earlier, the co-author of the bill, Chairman of the Committee on Security and Corruption Control Vasilii Piskarev, said that the amendments are the result of ” frequent cases of openly hostile actions and provocations by several foreign countries against Russia and our citizens abroad.”

A group of state Duma deputies from the United Russia party made the corresponding draft amendments in July. According to the legislation in force at the time, the right to travel abroad for FSB officers could be restricted only during their military service. After the dismissal, they may be disallowed to travel abroad if they had previously worked with important or classified information.

(C)UAWIRE 2019


  1. Ha ha, is he really so naive as to think he could stop them or is this just more posturing from the short paedo cocksucker.

  2. It is quite obvious that the midget maggot can’t even trust his security service employees. Perhaps, it’s a sign of coming times?

    • He will likely leave this world in a hail of bullets, hopefully sooner than later. Sad news is, someone worse will be waiting to take his place.

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