After the Crimea bridge bombing, Putin to head Security Council

After the Crimea bridge bombing, Putin to head Security Council

Two days after a massive explosion tore through Russia’s Crimea bridge, Russian President Vladimir Putin will preside over a meeting of his Security Council on Monday, the Kremlin informed local news media.

The president is scheduled to meet with the permanent members of the Security Council tomorrow, according to Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov.

The highest military and security personnel in Russia make up the Security Council of Russia (SCRF), which they convene to help Putin, the SCRF’s overall chair, in making strategic decisions.

Aleksandr Bortnikov, the director of Russia’s FSB domestic intelligence organization, Sergei Shoigu, the embattled defense minister, and Mikhail Mishustin will all be there.

Meetings of the SCRF often follow significant geopolitical developments that have an impact on national security, but they may also be a sign that Putin is about to make a significant choice.

Fears were raised that Monday’s summit would herald an upcoming escalation in the war since the Russian president presided over an SCRF gathering only days before the invasion of Ukraine.

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