Liquidate Terrorists says President Medvedev
Recent events have dictated that terrorism has become a problem in Russia’s Caucasus Region. Obviously Russian President Dimitry Medvedev is not worried about world opinion on how he deals with the terrorist problem.
In a meeting with his National Security Council, Medvedev is quoted by Russian News Agencies, “The battle against terrorists must be pursued unceremoniously. They must be liquidated without emotion or hesitation, or else we will not succeed.”
These comments mirror those of his predecessor and mentor Vladimin Putin, who has been quoted as saying that rebels in Chechnya should be hunted down and whacked in the outhouse.
Medvedev made those comments two days after a truck packed with explosives rammed the gates of a police station in Igushetia, in a neighbouring province in Chechnya. That attack killed 24 and wounded 130. Nine are still missing.
President Dimitry Medvedev warned Wednesday that Russia’s Caucasus Region was dangerously unstable and said « terrorists » there must be liquidated without emotion.
The battle against terrorists must be pursued unceremoniously Medvedev was quoted as saying at a meeting with members of his national security council in the southern Russian city of Stravropol.