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MOSCOW, July 28. /TASS/. Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) head Aleksander Bortnikov says trust between world’s special services is on the rise in their fight against terrorism.
"Year on year, the level of confidence is increasing in our relations," Bortnikov told reporters after the 15th Meeting of Heads of Special Services, Security Agencies and Law Enforcement Organizations that brought 100 delegations from 63 countries to St. Petersburg.
This cooperation is reflected in joint counterterrorism operations, he said.
"There are lots of examples, namely Sochi (the 2014 Winter Olympics - eds. TASS) and the developments in Europe," he said. "We have helped, are helping and will help one another and will do whatever is necessary to get a required amount of intelligence for prevention of terrorist attacks, which unfortunately are taking place."