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MOSCOW, November 29. /TASS/. Russians who plan to spend Christmas holidays in Europe should avoid crowded places as they may be targeted by terrorists, Frants Klintsevich, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federation Council’s Committee on Security and Defense, told NTV channel.
"There is a real threat of terrorist attacks. Warnings that US authorities released have serious grounds. Russian citizens who plan to go to Europe for Christmas holidays should firstly think whether they should go to crowded places and participate in events there," Klintsevich said.
The alternative is "to celebrate holidays at home," he noted. "This is not a propagandistic step but a serious proposal. I would advise to do it in Siberia, like my family did it. And when it comes to Europe, this is not a joke," he concluded.