Source Pravda.Ru

President Of Macedonia: Anti-terror Coalition Should Combat Terrorists In Chechnya And Macedonia As Well

President of Macedonia Boris Trajkowski believes that the activity of the anti-terror coalition, created after the tragic events in the USA on September 11, should be aimed "not only against terrorists in Afghanistan but also in Chechnya, Macedonia and other countries, because terrorism remains terrorism everywhere." The Macedonian leader said this on Monday during his negotiations with Vladimir Putin. According to Trajkowski, both Russia and Macedonia know from their own experience what terrorism means. He recalled that the Russian president repeatedly warned that international terrorism was really dangerous. Trajkowski believes that Russia plays a great role in cutting terrorism short. The president of Macedonia expressed confidence that the activity of the anti-terror coalition with the participation of the US, Russia and other countries should give its results to be felt in the Balkan region as well, in particular in Macedonia.

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