Friday, June 25, 2004

Pakistan Exports Terror To Russia and the World

Russiaseeks India`s increased cooperation in fighting terror: "New Delhi, June 25, IRNA -- Russia on Thursday accused Pakistan of
exporting terrorism to trouble-torn Chechnya and said many Chechen
rebels were found to have been trained 'beyond' Indian borders.
According to the Pioneer, a New Delhi-based English daily,
Russian Ambassador to India Alexander M. Kadakin, after a meeting
with Indian Home Minister Shivraj V. Patel here, accused Pakistan of
exporting terrorism to its soil.
'We are, unfortunately, in the same boat on the issue of
terrorism...Many caught in Chechnya had been trained beyond your
(Jammu and Kashmir) border. As these men move westward, they
penetrate into our territory also.'
During the meeting, the Russian ambassador discussed ways and
means to intensify the two countries` continued cooperation in
jointly combating terrorism.' "


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