Head of Ingushetia sums up results of three years

9 November 2011 - 7:16pm

The head of Ingushetia, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, believes that in the three years
of his activities as head of the republic he was able to stabilize the
crime situation in the region and bring about positive social changes, reports.

Yevkurov said that key goals of the authorities are fighting
corruption and militant gangs, as well as establishing contacts with the
population and creating new jobs.

"There is a certain result regarding all of these issues, but it is not a
hundred percent, as I would like it to be," the head of Ingushetia said
in an interview to" Rossiyskaya Gazeta ". He added that the authorities need to
fight bandits more actively.

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