Murder won't disrupt central bank's work-Ignatiyev

The Russian central bank is working as usual despite the murder of First Deputy Chairman Andrei Kozlov, chairman of the Russian Central Bank Sergei Ignatiyev told Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting on Friday 15 September.

"Despite the tragedy, the Central Bank continues its work as usual, performing all its tasks," the Central Bank chairman said.

Putin expressed "the most sincere condolences to the relatives and friends" of Kozlov. "I have no doubt that you will do everything to

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