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Mikhail Degtyarev: I don't feel safe

Mikhail Degtyarev: I don't feel safe
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Acting Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Mikhail Degtyarev strengthens security. At a press conference, he admitted that he is doing this because he does not feel safe.

Recently, metal detectors were installed near the governor's office in the regional government building. Degtyarev's predecessors did not practice this, since access to the floor where the office of the head of the region is located is limited.

“I do not feel safe, I am strengthening the security. I am introducing, in accordance with the recommendations of the security service, measures that have been introduced in all constituent entities of the Russian Federation and in all government bodies, ”said the acting governor.

According to him, today anyone can enter the building of the regional government, including with a weapon. At the same time, Degtyarev said that threats were already coming.

“Too many have been dragged away from the trough. It may not like it. Therefore, the security service will continue to work, ”said the head of the region.

He commented on the acting governor and how he is received by the fans of the Khabarovsk hockey club Amur. At the last matches, Degtyarev was booed after the performance.

“I am received badly everywhere. My whole career is connected with entering an aggressive environment, from the very beginning. But even if someone whistles, it doesn't bother me - I love everyone, all the fans, and I don't take offense. Let them express their position, ”Mikhail Degtyarev said.

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