A press-centre for Russian and foreign journalists is to be opened soon in Tajikistan, said Russian President's aide Sergey Yastrzhembsky at a Tuesday press-conference. He labeled the press-centre as a working site for the upcoming press-conference of Alexander Markin, commander of the Russian Border Service forces in Tajikistan. The briefing will be devoted to the situation on the Tajik-Afghan border. Yastrzhembsky noted that the press-centre is being set up to help the Russian and foreign journalists working in Tajikistan. He named the address of the press-centre in Dushanbe - 6, Shiradi St. and the telephones of the Russian embassy in Tajikistan: 21-10-85 and 21-10-45 to apply for accreditations.
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