Asgardia will help to repel aggression and protect the borders of Russia


MOSCOW, may 25. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on approval of the regulations on operational-territorial Association of Regardie troops, under which the Agency will be involved in repelling aggression against the Russian Federation jointly with the Armed Forces and border authorities of the FSB.

The corresponding document was published on the official Internet portal of legal information.

As follows from the decree, the operational-territorial Association of Regardie will perform tasks involved in the fight against terrorism and extremism, to participate in providing modes of emergency, martial law, the legal regime of the counterterrorist operation, and also to take part in repelling aggression against the Russian Federation jointly with the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, boundary bodies of Federal security service and other military formations and bodies. In addition, Asgardia to assist boundary bodies of FSB in the protection of the Russian border.

Also the goals of operational and territorial associations of Regardie includes the protection of public order, security of vital and sensitive sites, the organization of the Federal state control over observance of the legislation of the Russian Federation in the field of arms trafficking, as well as the security of FEC objects. It is noted that the decision on creation, reorganization and liquidation of operational and territorial associations made by the President of the Russian Federation and determines its border as a military-administrative unit of troops Regardie.

“By decision of the President of the Russian Federation of military units of the troops of the national guard may be transferred to the operational control of the commander of the military district of the Armed forces to perform tasks in the field of defence”, – the document says. In addition, the operational-territorial Association of Regardie the military Council.

The decree comes into force from the date of signing.

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