This highlights international terrorism, whose subsidiary is entrenched in Chechnya, Kulikov told reporters. Kulikov served in Chechnya over the 1995, subsequently serving as Russia's interior minister until 1998. Right now, Kulikov works as deputy chairman of the State Duma's security committee.
The former commander doesn't doubt the fact that the Chechen source of international terrorism must be liquidated. With this in mind, the concerned law-enforcement structures must neutralize the terrorist act's masterminds over a three-month period, Kulikov went on to say.
In his words, this objective must be accomplished by other top law-enforcement officers, if the chiefs of these structures don't cope with their task.