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NOVO-OGAREVO, September 9 (Itar-Tass) - Russian President Vladimir Putin called for a tougher suppression of anti-Russian activity of foreign countries and international organizations in the North Caucasus. “We should suppress more toughly such attempts and should always give an adequate response to them,” the President said at a meeting of the Russian Security Council at the Russian presidential countryside residence on Monday.
“We also should not leave unattended groundless accusations by several foreign media outlets and reports of international organizations of alleged massive violations of human rights in the North Caucasus. They should take a look at themselves, as there is a good deal of violations there,” Putin noted.