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MOSCOW, May 5 (Itar-Tass) — Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev on Saturday held consultations with US President Barack Obama’s top national security aide Tom Donilon.
According to the press service of the Security Council, they discussed the agenda of the upcoming high-level contacts and had constructive exchange of opinions on most pressing issues on the international and regional agenda, including missile defense, the situation in Iran and Syria and the fight against terrorism and drug trafficking.
“Special attention was paid to prospects for sustaining security and stability in Central Asia in the context of the US troops pullout from Afghanistan,” the press service said. “They also considered problems of ensuring global information security, counteracting cybercrime and drew guidelines for interaction of the two countries’ security councils.”