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Foreign Reconnaissance Main Threat to Russian Security - Security Council

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Russian Security Council Secretary aide Alexander Grebyonkin said that reconnaissance and other activities by foreign special forces are the main threats to Russia’s security.

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) Reconnaissance and other activities by foreign special forces are the main threats to Russia’s security, Russian Security Council Secretary Aide Alexander Grebyonkin said Wednesday.

“The main threats to the country’s security remain to be reconnaissance and other activities by special forces and organizations of foreign states, terrorist and extremist organizations, criminal organizations and groups, as well as radical social cooperations,” Grebyonkin said.

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