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MOSCOW, June 5. /TASS/. The problem of Islamic State’s recruiting allies is of a global scope and needs comprehensive approach with the leading role of the United Nations, Russian Foreign Ministry’s human rights ombudsman Konstantin Dolgov told Rossiya 24 television on Friday.
This problem exists first of all among the youth, said the commissioner for human rights, democracy and supremacy of law. "Approaches to neutralizing this threat should be multi-lateral with the leading and coordinating role of the UN," the diplomat said commenting on the incident in which a Moscow University student was detained in Turkey.
Varvara Karaulova, a 19-year old student of the Moscow State University, went missing on May 27. She told her parents that she was going to the University, but did not return home that day. Her parents reported her absence to police. Later it turned out that the student had left for Istanbul.
Her family's lawyer Alexander Karabanov said on Tuesday he believed the girl had been taken away from Russia by Islamic State recruiters.
At the moment, Varvara Karaulova is staying at the National Migration Agency in Turkey.