Deputies of the Communist party propose to the G20 to raise the issue of the list of supporters of the IG


MOSCOW, 15 Nov. Deputies of the state Duma from the CPRF Valery Rashkin and Sergei Obukhov offer of the Russian FSB National anti-terrorism Committee and the Russian foreign Ministry to work together with foreign colleagues, including at the G20 summit in Turkey, measures to combat global terrorism, in particular, to consider drawing up an international list of supporters of ISIS and other terrorist organizations.

Friday night in Paris there was a series of terrorist attacks. Unknown opened fire at one of the restaurants, three explosions were heard in the vicinity of the stadium “Stade de France”, where was held a friendly match the football teams of France and Germany, which was attended by French President Francois Hollande. In addition, at a rock concert at the “Bataclan”, the unknown took hostages. According to the latest data, has killed 129 people.

The Communists in connection with a series of terrorist attacks in Paris has prepared a telegram (text is available) the FSB Director and head of the National antiterrorist Committee Alexander Bortnikov, as well as the Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov and the head of the presidential administration Sergei Ivanov.

“We ask you to include in the permanent agenda of cooperation with our foreign counterparts on counter-terrorism (including in the framework of G20 summit in Turkey) advanced complex of measures aimed at jointly combating global terrorism, in particular, to consider the setting up of an international list of supporters of ISIS and other terrorist organizations”, — stated in the telegram.

In addition, the Communists propose to discuss and develop a road map to ensure counter-terrorist security on the Internet.

“Yet another potential vehicle for enhanced integration of the anti-terrorist bodies at the international level should be the development of universal methods of combating the recruitment of supporters of terrorist organizations, in particular, on the Internet. According to statistics, in 85% of cases the main victims of Islamist radicals is young people up to 25 years, are active users of the global network”, — stated in the telegram.

Rashkin and Obukhov point out that the series of terrorist attacks in Paris have once again demonstrated that the increase in the activities of organized international terrorism today affects not just the whole country and even the region, but is a major threat to humanity.

They consider the timely preparation of the international list of States, individuals and legal entities that carry out financial, organizational and other support of Islamic state and other terrorist organizations.

“Today, there are a number of companies with policy statements which set out the context, at least, ambiguous sound,” write the MPs.