"International terrorism has committed another crime - this time against the inhabitants of Madrid. The tragedy of March 11, like the events of September 11, 2001 in New York, like terrorist attacks in Asia, confirms that every terrorist action is a link of a single chain" - Bordiuzha pointed out in his statement concerning the bloody attack in Madrid.
According to him, international terrorism can re-form swiftly and it is ready to deal one blow after another in any region of the globe.
"To oppose this evil the international community must unite its efforts, create the atmosphere of aversion and intolerance to terrorism in any of its forms and manifestations" - the CSTO General Secretary emphasized.
Bordiuzha reminded that the Collective Security Treaty Organization had "made repeated statements in support of a concerted effort by states and international organizations in order to give an adequate repulse to terrorism and extremism".
"We confirm the CSTO's unchanged readiness to make a constructive contribution to the struggle against terrorism" - Bordiuzha said.