Bortnikov: countries fighting terrorism use too disparate approaches
The countries fighting terrorism still use disparate approaches, the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service Alexander Bortnikov said at the 6th Moscow Conference on International Security.
Bortnikov stressed that any remaining potential international terrorist organizations have shows that the countries fighting terrorism still use disparate approaches.
According to the FSB chief, in order to tackle these issues and build an efficient anti-terrorism front there is a need to develop common standards for joint action in these directions. "The best platform for such work is the United Nations," TASS cited the security chief as saying.