The Russian Federal Bodyguard Service (FBS) will take all necessary measures to ensure US President George Bush's security in Moscow and St. Petersburg, FBS spokesman Sergei Devyatov told RIA Novosti. According to him, the Russian Federal Bodyguard Service has already arranged cooperation with US counterparts. "This is an ordinary practice which has never had and will not have any failures or problems," Devyatov said. In accordance with the federal law on the state security, the FBS is involved in the security of foreign leaders, visiting Russia, Devyatov said.
HMS Defender of the British Navy entered the territorial waters of Russia on June 23. Russian border guards opened warning fire on the British destroyer. UK said it did not happen