Putin will chair a meeting of his Security Council tomorrow after the Crimean bridge blast

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Russian President Vladimir Putin will chair a meeting with his Security Council on Monday, two days after a huge blast ripped through Russia’s Crimea bridge, the Kremlin told local news agencies.

‘Tomorrow the president has a planned meeting with the permanent members of the Security Council,’ Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

Russia’s security council (SCRF) is comprised of the nation’s top defense officials and heads of security agencies, who come together to support Putin – the overall chair of the council – on policy decisions.

Embattled defense minister Sergei Shoigu will be in attendance alongside the head of Russia’s FSB domestic intelligence service Aleksandr Bortnikov and Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

SCRF meetings typically come as a reaction to important geopolitical events concerning national security, but can also indicate that Putin is on the cusp of making a major decision.

The Russian president chaired a meeting of the SCRF just days prior to the invasion of Ukraine, raising fears that Monday’s meeting could mean an impending escalation in the conflict.

Russian President Vladimir Putin will chair a meeting with his Security Council on Monday, two days after a huge blast ripped through Russia's Crimea bridge, the Kremlin told local news agencies

Russian President Vladimir Putin will chair a meeting with his Security Council on Monday, two days after a huge blast ripped through Russia’s Crimea bridge, the Kremlin told local news agencies

Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a Security Council meeting via a video link in Moscow on September 29, 2022, just one day before he formally annexed four regions of southeastern Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a Security Council meeting via a video link in Moscow on September 29, 2022, just one day before he formally annexed four regions of southeastern Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a Security Council meeting via a video link in Moscow on September 29, 2022, just one day before he formally annexed four regions of southeastern Ukraine


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