Former Putin speechwriter put on the wanted list
Russian political scientist Abbas Gallyamov has been placed on the wanted list. This information appeared in the database of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, reports TASS.
Gallyamov’s card states that he is wanted under an article of the Criminal Code. Which is not specified exactly.
Abbas Gallyamov was entered by the Russian Ministry of Justice in the register of foreign agents on February 10. Along with him, the singer Zemfira, former State Duma deputy Dmitry Gudkov, journalist Sergei Aslanian and others were included in the list. The Ministry of Justice claims that Galyamov disseminated materials of foreign agents, spoke out against the war in Ukraine and participated as an expert in information platforms provided by foreign structures.
Gallyamov was a speechwriter for Vladimir Putin when he served as Prime Minister of Russia from 2008 to 2010. Later, for four years he served as deputy head of the administration of the head of Bashkortostan under Rustem Khamitov.