Source Pravda.Ru

Quicker With Anti-Terror Conventions, Calls Putin

Russia is calling the world to be as quick as possible with drafting and adopting a comprehensive convention on struggle against terrorism, and an international convention on struggle against nuclear terrorism, said President Vladimir Putin as he met at the Russian Embassy with top spokesmen of US political and business circles. He called all countries to join presently available international anti-terror agreements and adapt national legislations to those instruments. President Putin is sure that a global atmosphere can arise of total renunciation of terror. That atmosphere can appear only when an international of law and justice comes out against the terrorist international, he said.

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