Government Security Guards

Government Security Guards

These are some photos of security guards of high-ranking government officials at work. Take a look!

In the picture: The first President of the Russian Federation Boris N. Yeltsin and his guards.

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Gryzlov, Tyulpanov.

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Klebanov, Matvienko, Pekhtin.

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Klebanov’s FSS guards (Federal Security Service).

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Klebanov’s E-class and Matvienko’s C-class.

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A motorcade of FSS cars.

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G8 summit. Canada’s president’s motorcade.

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The guy on the right is reaching to his tommy gun.

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A Canadian interpreter.

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The security guard is putting back his tommy gun.

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Russian special mission soldiers are sitting inside of the minivan.

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These are security guards of a diplomatic representative.

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Another diplomatic representative.

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One more diplomatic representative in an armoured car.

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Mikhail Kasyanov.

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Kasyanov.

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The car of the chief of St. Petersburg Federal Security Service is followed by three minivans.

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The head of the Russian Orthodox Church.

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Security guards at work.

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A similar motorcade.

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Sometimes government officials are left with no guards nearby.

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Matvienko’s motorcade.

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You cannot know the licence plate number of her car because it’s new every day.

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Though maybe there should be more secrecy, like this?

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22 thoughts on “Government Security Guards”

  1. What’s with the gray balloons? Everyone can see their faces in the news, doh. And btw, that’s not a tommy gun, thompson is a way bigger.

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      • BTW good timing on that comment. It was just this week that some kooky white dude drove by the White House and fired off a couple of rounds at it. Wonder what his beef with the President will turn out to be?

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        • Well kooky drifter white dude has spoken. He is Jesus and Obama is the Anti-Christ. I guess that answers the often asked question “What would Jesus do?”… open fire on the White House apparently. 🙂

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  2. These photos are pretty tame compared to a Razman Kadyrov security detail, with all the machine guns firing in the air like a bunch of crazed maniacs. Just sayin!

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  3. Love Kasanov’s look 🙂 Black polished shoes, blue jeans with faded knees, black leather belt, button down shirt with the top buttons undone and a sport jacket. Flanked by well dressed body guards. Make note to self, don’t eff with this guy.

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  4. diplomatic security is big business.These guys are the mirror image of all the world over. Thanks for this set of interesting pics( I forgive the tommy gun comment)

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  5. So what ever happened to domestic ZIL limos? After fall of USSR did Russia just abandon the home team and start buying up armored Mercedes for everything?

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    • Chinese maintain pride in using domestic armored parade cars for their leaders (Red Flag Limos). Russia not so much anymore? Does Russia maintain any domestic built parade cars for prestige events?

      Nothing wrong with all the foreign makes they are using for limos and security forces. I’m just surprised Russian government was willing to adopt them so readily.

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