25 ноября 2011 18:19

CSTO Secretary General said extremists are raging in post-Soviet space

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Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Nikolay Bordyuzha. ©RIA Novosti Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Nikolay Bordyuzha. ©RIA Novosti

Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Nikolai Bordyuzha has pointed out that extremist organizations at the post-Soviet territory, including Russia, are growing Interfax-Kazakhstan reports. “One of the main problems for us today is that extremist organizations have become more active at the territory of CSTO member-states. Events in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Russia confrim this,” Bordyuzha told the journalists in Moscow on November 24. Answering questions on themain security problems, he also talked about the situation in Afghanistan. “First of all, from the instability point of you. Secondly, considering the presence of training camps for militants, who then emerge at the territory of our countries,” Bordyuzha said. According to him, such camps located in a so-called ‘grey zone’ “have quite a large number of recruits from CSTO member-states”. “We understand that they will be back in some time with a certain task and certain skills,” Bordyuzha said. He also stressed that Afghanistan is one of the main centers for Islamic fundamentalism. Drugs threat is among security problems as well. “It makes no difference how people die: from arms, mass destruction weapons or drugs. A huge number of people today, including in Russia, got ‘hooked up’ on drugs because of active drug-trafficking,” Bordyuzha said.


Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Nikolai Bordyuzha has pointed out that extremist organizations at the post-Soviet territory, including Russia, are growing Interfax-Kazakhstan reports. “One of the main problems for us today is that extremist organizations have become more active at the territory of CSTO member-states. Events in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Russia confrim this,” Bordyuzha told the journalists in Moscow on November 24. Answering questions on themain security problems, he also talked about the situation in Afghanistan. “First of all, from the instability point of you. Secondly, considering the presence of training camps for militants, who then emerge at the territory of our countries,” Bordyuzha said. According to him, such camps located in a so-called ‘grey zone’ “have quite a large number of recruits from CSTO member-states”. “We understand that they will be back in some time with a certain task and certain skills,” Bordyuzha said. He also stressed that Afghanistan is one of the main centers for Islamic fundamentalism. Drugs threat is among security problems as well. “It makes no difference how people die: from arms, mass destruction weapons or drugs. A huge number of people today, including in Russia, got ‘hooked up’ on drugs because of active drug-trafficking,” Bordyuzha said.
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