06 марта 2011 03:59

CSTO needs common list of terrorist organizations

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The Collective Security Treaty Organization member-states are planning to develop a common list of terrorist and extremist organizations, RIA Novosti reports citing a source form CSTO secretariat. This list is needed, because currently a terrorist organization can be on terrorist list in one CSTO member-state, but still be considered alright by another CSTO member-state. Availability of the common list will eliminate one more ways terrorist organizations hide from justice. The goal of the commonlist is to make sure that all the terrorist organizations that are prosecuted in one of the CSTO countries would be automatically included into the black lists of all the other CSTO countries. The CSTO member-states are Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.


The Collective Security Treaty Organization member-states are planning to develop a common list of terrorist and extremist organizations, RIA Novosti reports citing a source form CSTO secretariat. This list is needed, because currently a terrorist organization can be on terrorist list in one CSTO member-state, but still be considered alright by another CSTO member-state. Availability of the common list will eliminate one more ways terrorist organizations hide from justice. The goal of the commonlist is to make sure that all the terrorist organizations that are prosecuted in one of the CSTO countries would be automatically included into the black lists of all the other CSTO countries. The CSTO member-states are Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
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