UN sounded the number of terrorists in the world
In more than 100 countries around the world are concentrated about 30 thousand militants
Now there are about 30 thousand militants from 100 countries of the world, that somehow belong to terrorist organizations. This was announced at a press conference in New York, by the head of the Executive Directorate of the UN anti-terrorist committee, Jean-Paul Laborde, reports "Ukrinform".
"Terrorism of 30 thousand foreign fighters from around 100 countries in the world, it is a global threat that requires a comprehensive and unified response", - quotes Laborde UN News Centre.
According to the head of the Directorate, "there is no doubt that the threat of terrorism remains constant and, unfortunately, real." He stressed that the country alone is not able to to deal with it.
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