Kosachev: terrorist Attacks in Paris could have been avoided

Kosachev: terrorist Attacks in Paris could have been avoidedTerrorist attacks in France could be avoided if special services of the countries of the world continued interaction, not limited to political disputes between States, said the head of the international Committee of the Federation Council of Russia Konstantin Kosachev on the sidelines of the 23rd session of the Asia-Pacific parliamentary forum."History does not tolerate the subjunctive mood, but probably many terrible acts of terrorism, including in Paris, could have been prevented if the secret service would continue its engagement, not limited by any political framework, regardless of those disputes, which are maintained at the state level" - quoted Kosachev RIA Novosti.Several attacks occurred in France after the attack on the editorial Board of the magazine Charlie Hebdo. Three days killed 17 people. Bild reports that a number of terrorist attacks may occur in several European capitals.



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