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Czech President does not rule out possibility of terrorist attacks in his country
22:11, 8 January 2017
Czech President does not rule out possibility of terrorist attacks in his country

"We are not talking about whether we will be the object of a terrorist attack, but when will this happen, - he said

22:11, 8 January 2017

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Czech President Miloš Zeman did not rule out the possibility of Islamist terrorist attacks in his country. He stated this in an interview to a local TV channel, writes TASS.

"We are on the line ... This is not about whether we will be the object of a terrorist attack, but just when will this happen, he said.

"That's why I always try to recommend to introduce preventive measures, which, of course, can not 100% eliminate the possibility of a terrorist attack, but they can reduce the risk of it", said the Czech president.

Zeman said that raised security measures at Prague Castle have recently been adopted on his initiative. In particular, at the entrance to Prague Castle territory, police officers shall check visitors.

Earlier terrorist act occured in Israel. Mercedes truck ran off the road and crashed into a group of Israeli soldiers and civilians in Jerusalem. In the result of the terrorist attack 4 people killed, 15 injured. The truck driver was killed on the spot.

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