Report on planned measures to counter the terrorist threat to the CSTO is “fundamental,” noted the head of the Duma Committee Leonid Slutsky.
MOSCOW, 18 Nov. Members of the Committee on CIS Affairs, Eurasian integration and relations with compatriots of the State Duma on Wednesday have heard the enclosed report of the Secretary General of the Organization of the contract on collective security Nikolay Bordyuzha.
The head of the Duma Committee Leonid Slutsky after the meeting called the report on planned measures to counter the terrorist threat to the CSTO “fundamental”.
“For us it is extremely important that the CSTO did not occur to horrific terrorist attacks like Paris. Indeed, work is being done very seriously and in cyberspace, where, unfortunately, recruited future participants of the attacks, and on a number of specific areas that are private in nature,” he told journalists.
He refused to give any details of the report, citing the confidentiality of the information contained herein.
“I can say that the CSTO and, in particular, the power structures of the Russian Federation are ready for the real online to repel the terrorist threat, in order to prevent the recurrence of the monstrous terrorist attacks on the CSTO, in particular on the territory of the Russian Federation. Of course, cooperation in this most important among the counter new challenges and threats of the sector have to be strengthened, in particular the cooperation of law enforcement and security agencies in Russia, CSTO members and European countries,” he added.
The largest disaster in the history of Russian and Soviet aviation took place on 31 October: Airbus a-321 of airline “Kogalymavia”, which was flying from Sharm El Sheikh to St Petersburg, crashed in the Sinai. Onboard there were 217 passengers and seven crew members. They all died. The head of FSB Alexander Bortnikov said Tuesday that the cause of the crash was a terrorist attack. In this regard, the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin asked the foreign Ministry to appeal to all the partners, relying on their assistance during the search and punishment involved in the attack.