Russian Federation prevented almost 25 million cyber attacks and other criminal acts against its information infrastructure related to the soccer World Cup, the Kremlin quoted President Vladimir Putin as saying.
At the same time, the President expressed his hope for the cooperation after Mundial.
Russia President Vladimir Putin says foreign visitors with "fan ID" cards from the just-completed soccer World Cup will be granted visa-free entry to Russia for the rest of 2018.
On Tuesday, the heads of all four parliamentary parties and other senior State Duma deputies submitted amendments to the law on World Cup preparations granting visa-free travel for Fan ID holders until December 31, 2018.
Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) Russia-2018 ArkadyDvorkovich said that 2018 FIFA World Cup is a huge driver for tourism development in Russia as the World Cup ticket allows millions of fans to enter Russia.
"Although it will be hard to repeat that success [on the field] as we're a small country, but we are very keen on sport".
Despite high diplomatic tension between Moscow and the Western countries, world football officials and personalities as well as world leaders have lined up to praise Russia's hosting of the tournament.
"It is possible and appropriate", Putin said at a meeting with Russian government members, according to a Kremlin transcript. "I am sure everyone liked the way they played, and so did I".
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev also shared his elation on Instagram saying, "A marvellous final!"