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Russian Ministry of Economic Development switches to remote work after drone attack on Moscow - Russian media

Olha GanyukovaLife
Remote work will last at least until September

The Russian Ministry of Economic Development has switched its employees to remote working. This decision was made after the drone attack on the Moscow City complex.

The remote work will last at least until September. This was reported by the Russian newspaper Kommersant.

"To establish a remote (remote) mode of work in the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation for federal civil servants and employees holding positions that are not federal civil service positions by 1 September 2023," the order of the head of the ministry, Maxim Reshetnikov, reads.

In addition, "a regime of possible stay in the building of the government complex from 8:00 to 22:00" was also introduced for the ministry's employees. The heads of the ministry's structural units were also tasked with conveying to their subordinates "recommendations on the actions of the government complex staff in the event of a threat of a terrorist attack".

As reported by OBOZREVATEL:

On the night of 1 August, several drones attacked the Russian capital again. One of them hit the same building in Moscow City as the previous time.

On the night of 30 July, explosions were heard in the Russian capital - Moscow was again attacked by unknown drones. One of them crashed into the Moscow City business centre.

On 28 July, Russia also complained about a nighttime drone attack on Moscow. In the comments section of Telegram channels, Russians were outraged that in the second year of the so-called 'special operation', drones had already begun to reach the Russian capital.

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