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    RUSSIA'S CULTURE MINISTER IN FAVOR OF ESTABLISHMENT OF FEDERAL SUPERVISION AND CONTROL SERVICE

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    MOSCOW, April 6, 2004 (RIA Novosti) - So far, the "culture sector" in the government uniting the culture ministry and three federal agencies has been operating on the basis of a "two-link system", said Alexander Sokolov, Russia's culture minister at a RIA Novosti press conference.

    In his words, the sector does not yet have a Federal Supervision and Control Service. "We shall submit to the government our viewpoint on the need for such service," the minister said.

    He noted that this service could deal with the "preservation of cultural values." In particular, it could be placed in charge of the foundations, museums, libraries and archives and tackle the licensing issues. "Now, all these functions are dissolved at the ministry's departments," Sokolov explained.

    The minister believes that the new team, which is made up of himself, his deputy and the heads of the three federal agencies, is workable. "We have already achieved some progress with the new team," Sokolov said in conclusion.

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