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Russia, West Have Potential for Anti-Terror Cooperation Despite Differences

© REUTERS / Jonathan ErnstU.S. President Barack Obama (L), South Africa's President Jacob Zuma (C) and Russia's President Vladimir Putin (R) stand in a moment of silence for victims of terrorism, including the attacks in Paris, before they hold a working session on the global economy with fellow world leaders at the start of the G20 summit at the Regnum Carya Resort in Antalya, Turkey, November 15, 2015
U.S. President Barack Obama (L), South Africa's President Jacob Zuma (C) and Russia's President Vladimir Putin (R) stand in a moment of silence for victims of terrorism, including the attacks in Paris, before they hold a working session on the global economy with fellow world leaders at the start of the G20 summit at the Regnum Carya Resort in Antalya, Turkey, November 15, 2015 - Sputnik International
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According to Russia’s presidential spokesman, there is an understanding among world leaders of the need for global coutnerterrorism cooperation.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — There is a potential for anti-terror cooperation between Russia and the West, despite their differences on method and approach, Russia’s presidential spokesman said Monday.

"Diplomats are working on it. Last Saturday’s [talks in] Vienna showed that there is understanding of a need for such cooperation and that there is potential for it," President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

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He explained that "an agreement between Russia and the West is impossible because there is no such thing as the West. Each country has its own stance on various aspects of fight against terror. So if you think that the West is united in its approach [to terrorism], you are wrong."

Countering terrorism has been high on the agenda of the ongoing G20 Summit in Antalya, Turkey. The world leaders’ meeting has been overshadowed by last Friday’s attack by Islamists in Paris that have so far killed around 130 people and prompted wide European measures to bolster security.

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