Source Pravda.Ru

Polish President Denies That Chechen Bandit Groups Run Information Center In Krakow

Poland's President Aleksander Kwasniewski has denied that in Krakow there is an information center of Chechen bandit groups. The Polish head of state said at a news conference in Moscow that Poland would never have agreed to have on its territory any organizations carrying out terrorism propaganda. According to him, the same was told by the head of Poland's Security Council at his meeting with Russian opposite number Vladimir Rushailo. Warsaw, Kwasniewski emphasized, is ready, specifically, "to intern people who are engaged in terrorist activity or help to spread it".

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