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Members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) face terrorist threats similar to the St. Petersburg Metro bombing that killed 14 people, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday.
“We see that the situation is unfortunately not improving,” Putin said at a council of the heads of CIS security and intelligence agencies. “We know that each of our countries, almost every one, is a possible and potential target of terrorist attacks. There are many other threats to our countries,” Putin said, mentioning organized crime, drug trafficking and corruption. He also noted the “impact of external forces that in one way or another try to influence the development of domestic political situations in our countries.”
2017.04.05 / 18:14