Terrorists established links with ethnic gangs in Russia and Europe
FSB Head Alexander Bortnikov stated this.
"Gang leaders established strong links with large ethnic criminal gangs, supplying them with weapons, migration documents and providing other forms of assistance," Bortnikov said, opening the 16th meeting of heads of special services, security agencies and law enforcement agencies of foreign partners of the Russian FSB.
According to the Head of the FSB, the leaders of terrorist gangs use migration flows to achieve their goals. With full or even partial openness of state borders, it is easy for foreign terrorists to enter the territory of other countries under the guise of labor immigrants or refugees.
Terrorists, having established links with local ethnic OCGs, have the opportunity to supply their militants with weapons and the necessary documents for staying on the territory of target countries.
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