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MOSCOW, October 21 (Itar-Tass) - Hundreds of terrorists from Europe and Collective Security Treaty Organization countries fight in Syria, CSTO Secretary-General Nikolai Bordyuzha told reporters on Monday.
"Really, an armed terrorist international is operating in Syria, including hundreds of people from Europe and hundreds of people from CSTO countries," he said. "We have such information, and we take it into consideration in the work to ensure security of our states."
"We are concerned that the people may return to our countries and will participate in destabilization of the situation," Bordyuzha noted. "I know that militants who fought in the Syrian Republic have been detained in some of our countries," he said.
He believes a new technology that was tested in Libya and Chechnya to destabilize the situation is used in full in Syria at present.