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During a visit to the GUFSIN in the Novosibirsk Region, the Acting Deputy Director of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, Lieutenant General of the Internal Service Konstantin Bereznev, together with the Acting Head of the GUFSIN Igor Novikov, visited 4 sites that function as correctional centers at the institutions of the penitentiary system of the region, as well as the base of the special purpose department ” Corsair” and the Novosibirsk educational colony.

Konstantin Bereznev paid special attention to the conditions of detention of the convicts. All four sites have comfortable living conditions. Currently, sections of correctional centers operate at IK-3, IK-8, IK-9 and at the Novosibirsk educational colony.

To date, 506 convicts in the Novosibirsk region are serving their sentences in the form of forced labor. Konstantin Bereznev spoke with the convicts about the conditions of their detention and gave explanations to all their questions.

In the Novosibirsk educational colony, the acting deputy director visited the hostels of the detachment, the quarantine department, the school and the canteen. In addition, he had a conversation with the pupils, asked about their plans for the future and answered the questions of minors related to parole and transfer to other institutions.

Following the visit to the Acting Deputy Director of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, he discussed topical issues of performance with the leadership of the GUFSIN.

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