Source Pravda.Ru

Russian President's Aide Warns Countries Against Hosting Terrorist Information Resources

Russian President's aide Sergei Yastrzhembsky has warned countries against hosting terrorist information resources.

"Countries intending to co-operate with Russia must not host terrorist information resources," Sergei Yastrzhembsky said in an answer to journalists' questions.

The countries that are going to develop partnership with Russia have to take into account that Russia is unequivocally against such actions, the Russian President's aide said. He specified that the Russian Foreign Ministry was and Russia's diplomatic missions were currently tackling this issue in relation to the countries supporting terrorists' and separatists' information resources.

"We see their activities as, to put it mildly, unfriendly'," Sergei Yastrzhembsky stressed.

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