India, 3 other nations back idea of creating terrorist groups’ database shared with Russia

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Evgeny Anoshin, spokesman Russian Security Council, on September 26 said that India, Iran, Afghanistan, and China backed the idea of creating a terrorist groups’ database shared with Russia.

Anoshin further said that the issue was addressed at the multilateral consultations on the Afghan settlement, held in Tehran and participated by the delegations of Russia, India, Afghanistan, Iran and China.

Spokesman Anoshin added, “Participants of the meeting noted the positive significance of the database of terrorist organizations created by the Russian Federal Security Service. They stressed the importance of creating a similar base for all countries participating in today’s meeting.”

Anoshin further added that the meeting’s participants “supported the initiative of Iranian colleagues to create a new mechanism at the level of security councils’ secretaries, exchanged views on priority tasks in the Afghan issue.”