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Terrorism remains most serious threats of 21st century


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Moscow: International terrorism remains one of the most serious threats of the 21st century, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday.

“Of course, international terrorism remains one of the most serious threats of the 21st century,” Putin said in a video address to participants in the 12th international meeting of high representatives in charge of security issues in St. Petersburg under the auspices of the Russian Security Council.

The purpose of the terrorist attacks carried out in different regions of the world, behind which are not only radical groups but also the intelligence services of some countries, is to undermine the constitutional foundations, destabilise sovereign states, and incite interethnic and interreligious hatred, the president added.

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