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    HEADS OF CSTO ANTI-TERRORIST STRUCTURES TO DISCUSS STRUGGLE AGAINST EXTREMISM IN MOSCOW

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    MOSCOW, FEBRUARY 18, 2004. ( RIA NOVOSTI). Heads of the security and interior bodies' anti-terrorist departments of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) member states will meet in session on Wednesday in Moscow to discuss the struggle against political and religious extremism.

    Taking part in the session will be CSTO general secretary Nikolai Bordyuzha, Russian Security Council secretary Vladimir Rushailo, a number of high-ranking representatives of the Russian Federal Security Service and the Interior Ministry and representatives of the corresponding structures of other CSTO member states.

    Consultations of plenipotentiary representatives of the CSTO members were held in Moscow on February 17. In particular, their participants discussed the creation of the mechanism of the organization's peacekeeping activity, and exchanged opinions on the realiaation of proposals of the CSTO member states in strengthening their anti-terrorist potential as well the formation of the coordinated migration visa and border policy.

    The CSTO includes Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan. The organization has been working as an international regional organization since Septembe 18, 2003.

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