March 14, 2019 18:47
TV host Brilev not included in new composition of Russian Defense Ministry's public council
MOSCOW. March 14 (Interfax) - TV host Sergei Brilev has not been included in the updated composition of the Russian Defense Ministry's public council, as seen from the list of members of the council's new composition posted on the ministry's website.
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