Source Pravda.Ru

Interpolitech International State Security Forum Opens in Moscow

Interpolitech international state security forum opened at the All-Russian Exhibition Centre in Moscow today. According to a reporter of Rosbalt, the forum is dedicated to the bicentenary of Russia's Ministry of Interior.

'Today, we are facing a serious problem of fighting terrorism', said Vladimir Vasiliev, Deputy Minister of interior of Russia. 'This is why this forum and the participation in it of our federal law enforcement agencies are very important'. He also said that over 400 foreign companies had confirmed their participation. The participants will present weapons and police equipment they produce, covering 10 technical areas. Technologies that are useful in fighting terrorism will hold a special place in the exhibition.

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