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Interaction with legal community

16 April 2018

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation received gratitude letter for the help in restoring the violated rights from a practicing lawyer B.:

"Dear Tatiana Nikolaevna Moskalkova!

I, as a practicing lawyer, repeatedly turned to you for help when the rights of citizens in the Russian Federation were violated in different situations. Thanks to you and your employees, our citizens were provided with practical assistance.

I want to thank you personally for your help, care and attention. I wish you great success, happiness, good mood.

I look forward to further cooperation".

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