MOSCOW, November 25. Russia will try to charge the UN security Council to consider the financial channels of terrorists. This was stated by Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov.
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He noted that the Russian side will insist that agreed shared understanding of the channels through which terrorists receive support and specific support. “I guess I’ll have to investigate and decide, that support be continued, – said Lavrov. – I think we can put this question in the Security Council”.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation recalled that it had adopted a series of resolutions prohibiting the purchase of oil from territories seized by the terrorists, prohibiting the purchase of looted artifacts, excluding other types of trade with them. “According to reports, which we now check, on some territories of the Republic of Turkey, where terrorists feel comfortable, even well-established trade in human organs, which are imported from Syria, the militants of the Islamic state (is prohibited in the Russian Federation the terrorist group “Islamic state”) and other terrorist groups, he added. – The UN security Council adopted several resolutions aimed at the need to suppress contraband trade in oil and any other financial and other relationships with terrorists. While it’s been almost a year and still no movement we do not see, although these resolutions contained instructions to the States to provide information about what they are doing to comply with orders”.
“Let’s try, maybe even today, to make for approval by the members of the UN security Council a short order to learn what they know about how ISIS is fueled by the oil trade and artifacts and as otherwise supported terrorist groups. Let will collect information and will present it to us. Not necessarily in the form of a formal report, but that at least is something we had as a starting point,” said Lavrov.