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33 terrorist attacks suppressed this year

Putin called the number of terrorist attacks prevented.


33 terrorist attacks suppressed this year


This year, 33 terrorist attacks were stopped, the president said, calling terrorism "a dangerous and insidious enemy." The head of state also called for intensifying anti-terror work and intensifying the fight against extremism.
On the eve of the Day of Security Officials, the president attended a gala evening at the State Kremlin Palace and congratulated employees and veterans on the "holiday of strong, brave, strong-willed people" who protect Russia from threats and protect its sovereignty, defend national interests.
"The requirements for your service have always been and remain special. This is high competence and endurance, reliability, honor and personal decency," Vladimir Putin listed, noting the constant willingness of the security services to spare no effort or life for the sake of the motherland. The clear, efficient and well-coordinated work of the special services made it possible to achieve tangible successes in ensuring the security of Russia.

"Over the past few years, the number of prevented crimes of a terrorist orientation has been growing," said Vladimir Putin. Since the beginning of the year, 54 such crimes have been suppressed, including 33 terrorist attacks. Thanks to the professionalism of the special services, large-scale international events took place without incident.

Much has been done to ensure that the work of security agencies becomes more open. Citizens not only learn about previously unknown facts in the history of special services, but also see how difficult the successes of today are. Such openness is the key to the growth of trust and support of society, Putin believes.

The President called for developing operational, technical, analytical and human potential and strengthening work in a number of areas, primarily anti-terror. “Terrorism is an insidious and dangerous enemy, and the fight against it must continue systematically and decisively,” Putin emphasized. With the clear coordination of the National Anti-Terrorism Committee, with a focus on prevention, preventive, offensive operations, he added.
“Extremism must be countered more actively,” the head of state said. "How destructive for the state and society this threat can be, we see in the example of a number of foreign countries. And we should not forget our sad recent history," he said, calling uncompromisingly to stop provocations, calls for violence, attempts to draw people into antisocial, radical activity. “We must remember that extremism in any form is a threat to democracy, human rights and freedoms. And these values, the safety of citizens must be reliably protected,” the president said.

Putin also instructed to intensify counterintelligence work, increase the level of protection of information resources and the protection of the state border, and act decisively in the fight against corruption.


Source: Russian newspaper


20.12.2019 06:19:26
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