Source Pravda.Ru

Russia has Given Poland, Ukraine and Belarus a List of Terrorist Organisations

Russia has given Poland, Ukraine and Belarus a list of 15 organisations, which the Russian Supreme Court announced terrorist, Head of the Russian Security Council Vladimir Rushailo stated on Wednesday at a press conference of the "Slavic Quartet" Security Council heads. He expressed hope that this would help the meeting participants to cooperate in this direction.

Russia considers it necessary to modify the countries' national legislation with consideration of all international terrorism displays, including criminal and civil codes in terms of counteracting "financial sponsors of terrorism", according to Rushailo.

The meeting participants are ready to outline a definite program of joint research and measures in legal and law-enforcement areas, including adoption of a single European warrant to arrest people accused of international terrorism, Rushailo pointed out.

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