Patrushev sees threat for Russia abroad
Nikolai Patrushev, the Security Council of Russia Secretary, claimed that recent terrorist attacks in the south of the country were organized with participation of international terrorist organisations.
According to Patrushev, now no-one in the world denies threats for Russia are formed abroad. He called the states where bases of anti-Russian terrorist can be located: Afghanistan and Pakistan.
He added the world community is getting rid of rejection of this fact. "You remember, some time ago there was such a denial, and now everyone agrees we must confront the threat of terrorism, existing in Russia as well, together," Patrushev said.
Previously he repeatedly claimed on involvement of Georgian special structures in organisation of terrorist attacks in the territory of Russia.
"We had information that certain employees of Georgian special services support contacts with terrorist organisations in Russian North Caucasus. We must check this version as all, concerning the terrorist attacks in Moscow", he said after blasts in Moscow metro.
The Foreign Ministry of Georgia called Patrushev's suggestions unserious and deprives of any logic. Georgi Bokeria, the deputy Foreign Minister, claimed these statements were aimed to cover weakness and unprofessionalism of Russian special services.