Dmitry Medvedev, Russian Prime Minister, has signed a decree approving rules for identifying individuals and organizations suspected of extremist activities or terrorism, reports the press service of the Government of the Russian Federation.
The decree will ‘help eliminate legal gaps in the interpreting of the list, as well as remove issues faced by law enforcement agencies during its enforcement."
The decree also introduces a mechanism whereby the list is brought to attention of individual entrepreneurs and organizations conducting transactions with cash or other property.
The rules designate public authorities responsible for providing essential information to the Federal Financial Monitoring Service.
Frequency at which information on organizations and persons included or excluded from the list is also specified by the decree. The full text of the document is available here.
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