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TAMBOV, April 4. /TASS/. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has urged to take more measures to enhance transport security, first of all, in metro.
"Metro is a very critical area. A lot of terror attacks have been committed in metro in the recent years. A very serious terror attack occurred in Moscow in 2010," he said on Tuesday, adding that such attacks take place in other countries.
"We have taken a series of steps to control entrances to metro, as well as to other transport facilities. But obviously, these measures are not enough and additional measures are needed to control people entering these facilities and what they are bringing," Medvedev stressed.