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MOSCOW, March 14. /TASS/. International terrorism becomes complex, and fighting it requires agreed efforts from military authorities of different countries, Russia’s Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu wrote in a brochure devoted to the 4th Moscow conference on international security.
"The conference will pay special attention to fighting terror threats, which are becoming more complex," he said. "We consider development of the international military cooperation in fighting terrorism of any forms an important component of success."
He said, the Russian Defence Ministry "is very interested" in discussing the role of military-political instruments in providing of global and regional security.
"Additional expertise, we believe, is required for effectiveness of those instruments in the present environment," the defence minister said.
The forum will feature foreign defence ministers, leading experts of international institutions and representatives of non-governmental organisations, as well as academics, he said.
The 4th Moscow conference on international security is due on April 16-17. It will feature delegations from almost 80 countries. Defence ministers of 15 countries have confirmed their participation already.